The Best Website Builders for ( 2020 Update)
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June 2020, what a time to live. To look at the bright side, it’s easier
than ever to build an amazing gaming website with an online builder that does all the heavy lifting for you. Most website builders are super sophisticated when it comes to knowing exactly what you need to get you gaming website up and running, while Wix, WordPress, and even Iclan offer a lot of similar features, we found that Iclan excels above the rest when it comes to building a great gaming website without spending a ton of money of expensive subscriptions.
If you a gamer looking to build a gaming website on your own and have no coding experience, you won’t have any problem. Design-challenged? No worries. Have a great idea for a gaming website but don’t know where to start? You’ve come to the right place.
Decide what gaming website best suits you – guild, clan, fansite, eSports team, game reviews, Minecraft server, or non-gaming (merchandising). A gaming website builder should supply gaming templates, cool graphics, a high-speed quality hosting, the option to create forums, blogs, polls and chats, and flexible design customization.
Comparakeet has reviewed the best gaming website builders, including those that specialize only in gaming and the general website builders with gaming categories. Read on and start building!Last Updated:
|iClan Websites||1st||9.9 out of 10||$5.83 Per Month|
iClan Websites ReviewIf you want to be able to grow your guild through a stable site with a friendly community, then iClanWebsite is a must-pick for you and your squad!Full iClan Websites Review »
|Gamer Launch||2nd||9.8 out of 10||$8.99 Per Month|
Gamer Launch ReviewAn excellent gaming website builder that supports tons of games, offers widgets, customizable templates, voice support, and more.Full Gamer Launch Review »
|Wix||3rd||9.9 out of 10||$7.00 Per Month|
Wix ReviewWix is an amazing website builder with over 500+ beautiful templates, extreme flexibility, and fantastic ease of use. Perfect for virtually any site.Full Wix Review »
|4th||9.5 out of 10||Free|
Enjin ReviewEnjin may come off as feature-packed to the point that it's bursting at the seams, but once you get used to it, you won't look anywhere else.Full Enjin Review »
|5th||8 out of 10||Free|
WebsiteBuilder ReviewAn amazing website builder that offers an easy to use editor, tons of fully customizable templates, mobile optimization, and hosting across all plans.Full WebsiteBuilder Review »
|6th||8 out of 10||$8.99 Per Month|
SiteBuilder ReviewAn easy-to-use DIY website builder where you can choose from thousands of professional-looking templates, and offers free domain and email.Full SiteBuilder Review »
|7th||8.4 out of 10||Free|
uCoz ReviewA free way to get your website going, it also comes with various useful features and also premium subscriptions.Full uCoz Review »
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ucoz website builder – ranked last- A free way to get your website going, it also comes with various useful features and also premium subscriptions.
gaming clan website builder – sure- no problem with this one
how to make a game website on wix – see PCmag guide on how to build a website
Very good information. Lucky me I found your website by accident (stumbleupon). I have saved it for later!
After Enjin free trial period ends (14 days) you even lose the ability to put 15 HTML snipets, supposedly “Due to Google Adsense Policy, HTML & Shoutbox modules are disabled on the Free Plan”. So you have to pay enjin to satisfy Google?!?!?! When you start it is free, but they run you at the premium features, then when 14 days have passed you have to understand which features you had used that were not free, undo that work to be able to stay free, in the mean time your site is broken, and when it is all done, even then you cannot display HTML because of the error message above. Totally irresponsible to recommend Enjin in 2017, I would remove it if I were you so as to preserve your own reputation of actually knowing about what you are recommending!
Enjin’s website specifically tells you that the 14-day free trial is for the Advanced Plan, which gives you access to all modules – among a host of other features not found in their Free Plan. All of this is clearly outlined in their FAQs and Plans & Pricing pages. Enjin isn’t perfect – nothing is – but it’s a pretty great service.