About Us

Our company's background

“ As a community owner, I was sick and tired of poor performance and multi-hour response times. We knew there was space for a new contender in this highly competitive market. And thus, Host Havoc was born. It's incredible to see how far we've come over the years. ”

Founder and President

Our story

A little more about us

We've built our business on the premise of providing honest, high-performance hosting services for less. At Host Havoc, we are all gamers and love to play the games we host. We have real experience operating these server platforms for mere entertainment; this translates to levels of understanding and passion that we guarantee you won't be able to find anywhere else.

Host Havoc Ltd. was founded in 2013 and is registered in Canada, with its head office in the National Capital Region of Ottawa, Ontario. Our team comprises highly experienced professionals located across the globe to maintain our tried-and-true 24/7 support operation that has been essential to our success.

We strive to maintain a low overhead while adhering to an exceptionally high standard for quality. Our customers enjoy the benefits of having a cost-friendly solution that offers exceptional performance.

Our locations

  • Seattle, Washington
  • Los Angeles, California
  • Dallas, Texas
  • Chicago, Illinois
  • Atlanta, Georgia
  • New York City, New York
  • Montreal, Canada
  • London, United Kingdom
  • Amsterdam, The Netherlands
  • Nuremberg, Germany
  • Sydney, Australia

Meet The Team

The faces behind Host Havoc's operational, technical and support operations.

ClayPresident / CEO

ChrisCFO (CPA / MAcc)

IanHead of Operations

ZackSystems / Support Engineer

ChrisSystems / Support Engineer

TaylorSupport Engineer

MatthewSupport Engineer

JesseSystems / Network Engineer

TylerSoftware Engineer

BrandonSoftware Engineer

KoreyWeb Developer

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