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    This is a great move.
    Steam is facing a lot of competition from numerous fronts these days, and it looks like Valve decided to change its policies when it comes to making development on its platform better for multiplayer games. Today, the company announced that it is releasing application programming interfaces (APIs) that makes its servers available to all Steam partners. This means that those who choose to use them will receive the following.

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    03-14-2019 03:11 PM

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