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Enjin has one very specific focus: it empowers the creation of websites for gaming guilds, clans, Minecraft servers, or fan communities. Because of its very narrow focus, it’s perfectly designed around the needs of gamers and fans. You can set up voice servers, recruitment apps, modern forums with abilities to gain points and level up, group chats, and even a donation portal. It features incredible deep game integrations with the ability to pull in-game data like character information and guild armory inventories. Enjin supports several major guild/clan games, such as World of Warcraft, Arma 3, Final Fantasy XIV, and Battlefield 1.
Enjin’s platform more closely resembles a Content Management System than a website builder: it’s well-structured, but not visually simple. There are plenty of options and features with which to customize your website, but an inexperienced user will likely need a few days to master them all. The features offered are specific to the type of website selected (guild website, Minecraft server, and so on), though the Dashboard look is roughly the same, so it shouldn’t be too difficult to figure out.
Enjin has a free plan and two paid plans. The free plan includes up to 20 modules, their mobile app, forums, DonationCraft, an online store, access to most modules and widgets, social profiles, 1 Minecraft server sync slot, and HTTPS support. Their Ultimate plan comes with a 20-slot TS3 or Mumble voice server, unlimited modules, ticket support, 50 gigs of file storage, 150 gigs of bandwidth, 30 Minecraft server sync slots, a custom domain, and several value-added features like custom Emojis and branding control.
If you’re not sure Enjin is right for you, read our rundown of the best website builders to learn about better options.