Minecraft OP servers are overpowered servers Minecraft players can subscribe to in order to play online multiplayer without any Internet lag. These servers can be purchased at a third-party site and managed at MinecraftServers.org.
Minecraft is an open world computer game created by Mojang Studios. Players use tools and blocks to freely construct and explore the world around them. Servers are intended to allow multiple players to enjoy the experience together. Users can create their own servers at home, or make use of an OP server through a company that provides high speed and 24/7 customer service. A user can subscribe to a server for a fixed monthly rate depending on the server and share its IP address with friends so they can join.
Overpowered servers are also customizable with various user modifications and plug-ins available for free. The servers operate all day every day whether a user's computer is active or not. Additionally, subscribing to an OP server does not use nearly as much bandwidth as creating a home server.
The first step to making a Minecraft server is going to a third-party site and registering. After registering, users must run through the site's server creation wizard and customize the server to their needs. Following this, users go to the My Servers section at MinecraftServers.org and click "add a server." From here, users enter the server specifications and manage the server.