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1 - Create Your Studio Profile

First stop, ask our lovely Edgegap staff to create your dashboard account. Afterward, you will be able to log into the Arbitrium Dashboard. We offer you two platforms on which you can test your application, staging and console. The Staging environment is where you can test that your applications are working with our platform. It should be used as the default platform while the integration of Arbitrium with your matchmaker is still active. The Console environment is our production. This is where all of your players will get their awesome game servers deployed.

You can access your dashboard for each environment through the following URL:

https://staging-console.edgegap.com

https://console.edgegap.com

You will be prompted with a splash page where you can use the credentials provided by the account team to log in, or register your own Arbitrium account.

Alternatively, you can use Edgegap's SSO (Single Sign On) to create an account or login to the platform. This is usually more convenient as it allows you to avoid managing different accounts for our different environments.

If you decide to use the SSO, when the login is complete, you will be redirected to Arbitrium's dashboard signup page where you will be prompted for a few more infos, and can then proceed normally.

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Once in, you will get the main page of the dashboard. Hit your email address in the right corner of the screen, then you will have the options API Token.

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When you are on the API token page, you will see a small “Create new Token“ form. You can enter a label for your token (e.g. production, game1, etc). Note that you can create a token without a label. Once you click on the create button, you will see your newly created token. You can have multiple tokens at once.

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You can also manage your token directly on this page. You can delete or disable a token. If you disable it, you won't be able to create a deployment with it. Don't worry, you can activate it back.

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When using it, be sure to leave the “token“ before the rest of the key in your Authorization header.

Voilà, your API Token is created.