Ping is the time it takes to transfer data from your computer to the server (or another player’s computer), then back to your computer. This is sometimes also called the signal delay between computer and server, or lag. Ping is measured in milliseconds (ms).
Packet delay is a slightly different, but similar type of network delay, caused by the specifics of your network protocol. Nominally, this amount can be used to determine the value of the ping, but you must subtract a substantial number of points from this number.
The internet backbone are the main data routes between enormous, strategically connected networks and the core routers of the internet. These data routes are hosted by commercial, government, academic, and other network centers, as well as the internet exchange points and network access points, that exchange internet traffic between the countries and continents. Internet service providers participate in internet backbone traffic by interconnection agreements, mostly on a peering basis.
There are a lot of reasons this issue might occur, including:
To reduce your ping and optimize the gaming process, you can try these steps:
We recommend trying these methods in this order.