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Status Pages Game Developers Will Love When downtime strikes your game

Use a status page to keep gamers in the loop.

A status page screenshot on a macbook screen.
An example status page screenshot on a mobile device.

No Hosting Hassle

We host and manage the status pages right here on a bullet-proof infrastructure, so you never have to worry about patches, backups, security updates and all the other problems self-hosted solutions bring.

Own Your Bad News

Effectively managing your service status is about taking back control and owning your bad news - if you don't tell your story then somebody else will.

Open Source Examples

Our default status page theme and a bunch of example variations along with our deployment tools are all available on GitHub for you to use and improve.

View our GitHub projects →

Proper Developers Tools

We know how important tools are to a developer's workflow, so we provide a set of open-source Grunt JS tasks to help you build and deploy your theme in moments. The rest is completely up to you. Like working with Bootstrap? Fine. LESS? Great. CoffeeScript? Do it.

Embed updates ​in your game

Drop our simple jQuery plugin into any website or application and have your status updates displayed to your gamers at the top of their screen.

Updates straight to Slack

Publishing status updates is a good thing, making your gamers hunt for them isn't. Now they can have status page updates delivered to Slack.

Find out more about Slack subscriptions →

Advice & Support

We built Sorry™ from the ground up, we are developers ourselves and we're committed to helping you make our product truly awesome.

A photography of our awesome support team.

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