This list is incomplete. Please open a PR or contact us on Discord if the information is incorrect or you want to add a new hosting provider!

It should also be noted that these providers may not be verified by the Geyser team, and the server providers below are reported as working by members of the community.

Warning: The below information is for the plugin versions of Geyser unless otherwise specified

Warning: Using a ”Free Host” may not give you the best experience at all. If you want better support, more freedom to control your server, and learn how to run one, PLEASE pay for a server.

Built-in Geyser

  • Aternos - Select as a plugin in the Aternos plugin list and connect to your server with your Java IP and port. See Aternos’s article for more details.

  • Apex Hosting - Full auto installation. Go to the Customizations tab in the panel and select Enabled under the Geyser Auto Installer option then restart and connect to your server with your Java IP and port. See Apex’s article for more details.

  • CreeperHost - Has a toggle within the control panel to automatically enable Geyser. May not be enabled by default, so you may need to toggle it and restart the server.

  • Cubes Hosting - Install Geyser as a plugin from the plugin manager configure with the correct port then restart the server and Geyser works out of the box as expected.

  • exaroton - Select as a plugin in the exaroton plugin list and connect to your server with your Java IP and port. See exaroton’s article for more details.

  • FreeMcServer.net - Can be selected from the reinstall tab of the control panel.

  • GGServers - Can easily be installed to any server in just one click from their auto plugin setups. No configuration needed.

  • MCProHosting - Click “Enable Bedrock Support” on the server dashboard and follow the steps. For manual installation: Add Destination Port 19132 with Protocol UDP to the port forward mapping and connect to the given source port.

  • Minehut - Connect via bedrock.minehut.com and do /join <servername>.

  • MixmlHosting - Get Geyser as a plugin. Use the same port as your Java server for the Bedrock port in your config and connect with that port.

  • OMGServ - Select Geyser in Install Menu, all is automatically installed. You can turn on/off floodgate in server properties on the dashboard.

  • PloudOS - Connect via geyser.ploudos.com and enter the with your Java IP and port. See PloudOS’s article for more details.

  • Pufferfish Host - Geyser is installed and configured on all servers by default.

  • Server.pro - On VPS, select Geyser in the Service Type Menu, Floodgate can be enabled and disabled on the dashboard configuration. For manual installation: If using a Premium or Free plan, use the same port as your Java server for the Bedrock port in the configuration file and connect with the same port; for the Free plan, also enable the clone-remote-port option; leave the IP values as default (0.0.0.0 and auto). However, if you are using a PRO or a VPS plan, you can use any port you’d like, which can be opened on the Firewall tab.

  • SRKHOST - You can enable Geyser at the Version changer page. This feature is built-in and uses the given port by the host.

  • Virtual Gladiators - Find the plugin in the control panel under the “VG Recommended” category and restart your server. IP and port are the same as Java.

  • ZapHosting - Find the plugin in the control panel and restart your server. IP and port is the same as Java.

  • 365Hosts - Go to their Minecraft: Crossplay hosting section and simply order your server. Instructions on how to join are provided.

Support for Geyser

  • Akliz - Get Geyser as a plugin. They should have a port forwarding option that works.

  • Aquatis - Get Geyser as a plugin. Need to open a support ticket to get UDP ports and then update the config to reflect your new Bedrock port.

  • Azure - Get Geyser as a plugin. Not a dedicated Minecraft service provider.

  • BisectHosting - Get Geyser as a plugin. Need to ask to open a UDP port, and set the Bedrock address in the config to the Java IP. To open a UDP port, you need to have a dedicated IP.

  • Bloom.Host - Get Geyser as a plugin. They have a port forwarding option that works.

  • Clovux - Get Geyser as a plugin. Use the same port as your Java server for the Bedrock port in your config and connect with that port. Make sure your remote address is ‘auto’ and your bedrock address is your server IP.

  • Consulhosting - Get Geyser as a plugin. Use the same port as your Java server for the Bedrock port in your config and connect with that port.

  • Craft-Hosting - Get Geyser as a plugin. Use the same port as your Java server for the Bedrock port in your config and connect with that port; note that this provider appears to only provide service in Russia.

  • DedicatedMC - Get Geyser as a plugin. Need to ask to open the default bedrock port.

  • Eendhosting - Get Geyser as a plugin. Use the same port as your Java server for the Bedrock port in your config and connect with that port.

  • EnviroMC - Get Geyser as a plugin. Use the same port as your Java server for the Bedrock port in your config and connect with that port.

  • ExtraVM - Get Geyser as a plugin. Use the same port as your Java server for the Bedrock port in your config and connect with that port. Make sure your remote address and your bedrock address is your server IP.

  • FadeHost - Get Geyser as a plugin. Use the same port as your Java server for the Bedrock port in your config and connect with that port or buy a dedicated IP address to support a different port.

  • FakaHeda - Get Geyser as a plugin. Use the same port as your Java server or use one of the available ports allocated for your server, for the Bedrock port in your config and connect with that port.

  • FalixNodes - Get Geyser as a plugin. Use the same port as your Java server for the Bedrock port in your config and connect with that port.

  • Ferox Hosting - Get Geyser as a plugin. Open a port yourself in our panel and check out the knowledgebase for how to install and configure the plugin.

  • Fluctis Hosting - Get Geyser as a plugin. Use the same port as your Java server for the Bedrock port in your config and connect with that port.

  • FreeMC.Host - Get Geyser as a plugin. Use the same port as your Java server for the Bedrock port in your config and connect with that port.

  • FreeMcServer.net - Get Geyser as a plugin. Use the same port as your Java server for the Bedrock port in your config and connect with that port.

  • Futurehosting - Get Geyser as a plugin. Use the same port as your Java server for the Bedrock port in your config and connect with that port. Make sure your bedrock address in your Geyser config is your server IP.

  • GameHosting.it - Get Geyser as a plugin. Use the same port as your Java server for the Bedrock port in your config and connect with that port.

  • Google Cloud - Not a dedicated Minecraft provider
    • 90 day/$300 free trial
    • Tutorial for a Minecraft server Google Cloud
    • Note: You’ll need to also allow port 19132 on UDP, use Paper instead of vanilla, and put Geyser in the plugins folder
    • You also don’t need an SSD, they’re just trying to make you pay more
  • Heavynode - Get Geyser as a plugin. Use default port and 0.0.0.0 as the address. 19132 is blocked for DDOS reasons so your best bet is to use the same port as your Java server for the Bedrock port in your config and connect with that port. Also, see here

  • Hetzner - Not a dedicated Minecraft provider.

  • Hicoria - Get Geyser as a plugin. Use the one of the available ports allocated for your server, for the Bedrock port in your config and connect with that port.

  • HostEZ - Geyser plugin supported with self-install or installed on request with its own port. Includes firewall tested to be compatible with Geyser.

  • HostValues - Get Geyser as a plugin. Use the same port as your Java server for the Bedrock port in your config and connect with that port.

  • HumbleServers - Get Geyser as a plugin. Use the same port as your Java server for the Bedrock port in your config, or one of the two extra ports, and connect with that port. If the subdomain doesn’t work, use your regular IP address with numbers.

  • MC-HOST24.de - Get Geyser as a plugin. Use the same address as your Java server for the Bedrock address in your config.

  • Meloncube - Get Geyser as a plugin. Need to ask to open a UDP port.

  • MineStrator - Get Geyser as a plugin. Use the same port as your Java server for the Bedrock port in your config and connect with that port.

  • Minecraft-Hosting.pro - Get Geyser as a plugin. Use the same port as your Java server for the Bedrock port in your config and connect with that port.

  • Minehub - Get Geyser as a plugin. Use the same port as your Java server for the Bedrock port in your config and connect with that port, or buy a dedicated IP address to support a different port.

  • NFOservers - Get Geyser as a plugin. Make sure your remote address and your bedrock address are your server IP in the Geyser config file. As an alternative, you can run Geyser standalone separately on an Unmanaged VDS.

  • NiCraft - Use the same port as your Java server for the Bedrock port in your config and connect with that port.
    • See here.
    • So if your players encounter this issue, please ask them to try to connect (even if they don’t have Minecraft) from Java Edition first while their Bedrock client is opened, and after they should be able to join on Bedrock Edition.
  • Nitrado - Get Geyser as a plugin. Add 4 to the Port of the Java server. See here for specific instructions.

  • NightNodes - Get Geyser as a plugin. Use the same port as your Java server for the Bedrock port in your config and connect with that port.

  • Nodecraft - Get Geyser as a plugin. Use the default server port and 0.0.0.0 or your server IP as the host address.

  • NXYL.pro - Get Geyser as a plugin. Put the port provided by the host in your config.yml for the Java and bedrock sections, or create a port in the ports manager on the panel and use that for bedrock with the main one for Java, and you will be able to connect!

  • Oracle Cloud / OCI - Not a dedicated Minecraft provider
    • 30 day/$300 free trial
    • Tutorial for a Minecraft server in Oracle Cloud
    • Note: You’ll need to also allow port 19132 on UDP in both the security list and the firewall-cmd command, use Paper instead of vanilla, and put Geyser in the plugins folder. – Note for Ubuntu users: Comment out -A INPUT -j REJECT --reject-with icmp-host-prohibited in /etc/iptables/rules.v4 and run sudo iptables-restore < /etc/iptables/rules.v4 to fix ufw.
  • OVH - See here.

  • Pebblehost - Get Geyser as a plugin. Use the same port as your Java server for the Bedrock port in your config and connect with that port. See this video for a PebbleHost-specific tutorial.

  • PlanetNode - Get Geyser as a plugin. Use the same port as your Java server for the Bedrock port in your config and connect with that port.

  • PUBCS - Get Geyser as a plugin. Use the same port as your Java server for the Bedrock port in your config and connect with that port, or upgrade to a plan that includes dedicated IP address to support a different port.

  • RamShard - Get Geyser as a plugin. Use the same port as your Java server for the Bedrock port in your config and connect with that port.

  • Redline Hosting - Get Geyser as a plugin. Use the same port as your Java server for the Bedrock port in your config and connect with that port.

  • Revivenode - Get Geyser as a plugin. Use the same port as your Java server for the Bedrock port in your config and connect with that port.

  • SunriseNode - Get Geyser as a plugin. Use the same port as your Java server for the Bedrock port in your config and connect with that port.

  • ScalaCube - Get Geyser as a plugin. Use the same address and port as your Java server for the Bedrock address and port in your config and connect with that port.

  • Shockbyte - Use the same port as your Java server for the Bedrock address and port in your config and connect with that port. You can also see standalone installation instructions here.

  • Skynode.pro - Get Geyser as a plugin. Go to “Server Details”, add a new port, and change the port in your config. Connect with that, using the address from your main port.

  • SoYouStart - See here.

  • Sparked Host - Get Geyser as a plugin. Use the same port as your Java server for the Bedrock port in your config and connect with that port.

  • SpawnMC - Get Geyser as a plugin. Use the same port as your Java server for the Bedrock port in your config and connect with that port; note that this provider only provides service in China.

  • StellaNode - Get Geyser as a plugin. Open a support ticket on the billing panel to receive an additional UDP port to use for Geyser.

  • STIPE - Get Geyser as a plugin. Use the same port as your Java server for the Bedrock port in your config and connect with that port; note that this provider only provides service in Australia.

  • SyntexHosting - Get Geyser as a plugin. Use the same port as your Java server for the Bedrock port in the config and connect with that port, or request a (free) additional port for your bedrock clients.

  • The Minecraft Hosting - Get Geyser as a plugin. 19132 should work as a Bedrock port, if not use the same port as your Java server for the Bedrock port in your config and connect with that port.

  • Titan Nodes - Get Geyser as a plugin. Use the Default server port and 0.0.0.0 as the host address.

  • TNAHosting - Get Geyser as a plugin. Use the same port as your Java server for the Bedrock port in your config and connect with that port.

  • TurboHost - Get Geyser as a plugin. Use the same port as your Java server for the Bedrock port in your config and connect with that port.

  • UltimateSRV - Get Geyser as a plugin. Use the same port as your Java server for the Bedrock port in your config and connect with that port.

  • Volcano Hosting - Get Geyser as a plugin. Use the same port as your Java server for the Bedrock port in your config and connect with that port.

  • Vultam - Get Geyser as a plugin. Use the same port as your Java server and 0.0.0.0 as the address for Bedrock, or request an additional port. The additional port can be 19132 if you buy a dedicated IP.

  • WinterNode - Get Geyser as a plugin. Use the same port as your Java server for the Bedrock port in your config and connect with that port, request an additional port, or buy a dedicated IP address.

  • WitherHosting - Get Geyser as a plugin. Put the port provided by the host in your config.yml for the Java and bedrock sections, or create a port in the ports manager on the panel and use that for bedrock with the main one for Java, and you will be able to connect! Refer to the hosts support article for more

Does not support Geyser

  • MCPEhost

  • MyArena - Does seem to be working, but the Java version is too old in order for Geyser to run properly.