4 Replies Latest reply on Sep 5, 2017 11:24 PM by colesdav

    Raptr and Gaming Evolved is now gone!

    Earnhardt
        • Re: Raptr and Gaming Evolved is now gone!
          black_zion

          Glad they finally did this, there's been a lot of people who have clicked through the Express option and installed it, then came on here because they couldn't figure out how to remove it. I have a feeling Crimson's successor in December (my money's on Scarlet, Garnet, or Ruby) will bring more needed improvements, such as video capture and more options to tweak a game's performance akin to the way nVidia does.

          • Re: Raptr and Gaming Evolved is now gone!
            colesdav

            Raptr has announced it will shut down less than a year after end of "AMD Gaming Evolved" Raptr Rewards.

            Anyone still using Raptr App / Raptr website has until the end of this month to get their gaming data and posts.
            It might be a good idea to close (destroy) your Raptr Account before end of September 2017 as well.

             

            The question should now very definitely be marked as answered.

             

            Here is the Press Release.


            "Posted on September 1, 2017

             

            Today we are announcing that we will be shutting down Raptr on September 30, 2017.  The world is different today than when we first launched Raptr.  Microsoft, Nvidia, and AMD all have their own game optimization tools now and they do a fine job.  So it’s time for us to get out of the way.

            We are sad to say goodbye to Raptr. Many of you have invested a lot of time on Raptr so if you’d like to export your tracked gameplay data, follow the instructions below:

            • Go to Raptr.com
            • Sign in to your Raptr account
            • Once you are signed in, click here to get your gameplay data.


            If you have any other questions, please send us feedback.

            We are proud of the service we built and the community who helped grow Raptr to be used by millions of gamers worldwide.  Thank you for your support for the past 10 years.

            Dennis “Thresh” Fong
            Co-founder and CEO"