I guess for gaming applications Go is used for games played through the 
Internet (web browser or other frontend) to develop the server-side backend 
system that processes the game data received from clients.

Am Montag, 5. März 2018 01:16:47 UTC+1 schrieb Chris FractalBach:
> I'm still new to Go, and have been writing server code to support a 
> multiplayer game.
> After reading the Go 2017 Survey Results 
> <https://blog.golang.org/survey2017-results>, I noticed the result* "I 
> work in the following areas: Gaming"* had 5% respondents.
> I am curious about general interest in "Go Gaming", and its present & 
> future possibilities!

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