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There are a couple of various choices that you've got. Relies on what model of Minecraft you're on (Bedrock, particular platform variations, Java, and so forth). However you may rent a realm, or set up a server.


The advantage of a realm is that it's a 3rd celebration internet hosting resolution, so it will be online even when you are not, and you'll still management details about it, reminiscent of access lists and what not. Downside is there's a subscription cost associated with that.


The benefit of a server is that you simply host it locally, and have additional control over it. You may as well look into other non-realm third party hosts for minecraft, that will host the server for you, and allow you certain controls for it, but these also have a value related to them to the third party host. The draw back is that whatever pc is hosting the server would must be on-line for users to hook up with it. You'd nonetheless be paying for energy and what not, however wouldn't be a full subscription cost.


Just a few sites that I've seen that might need more specific info for you on this topic could be this put up on Realm vs Servers, and this Reddit thread, as effectively.


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