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  1. Hi all, I have been working as a Java Developer for over 7 years and while studying AngularJS I decided to create a browser strategy game for fun, like Travian/TribalWars/Ikariam etc... Right now I am thinking about how the server architecture should be. I tried to find some examples on how this kind of games distributed their servers but I couldn't find any useful resource, so I came with my own. My sketch and authentication flow (follow the numbers from 1 to 9): In a general way, is that a suitable one? From my personal developer experience I decided it was a safe idea to split the public front-end from ther auth and game servers. Do you think there are any Cons in this architecture? About hosting, which service/host is most suitable for each server? 1) Authentication server, single point 2) Front-End server, distributed over the world 3) Game Servers, each one in its specific country I am open to new ideas and changes! Thanks in advance!