27 Mar '11, 1pm

After losing out on "Game of the Year" Activision doesn't renew domains: gameoftheyear.com + @TechCrunch @Videogamesblog

After losing out on "Game of the Year" Activision doesn't renew domains: gameoftheyear.com + @TechCrunch @Videogamesblog

MilitaryGamer: After losing out on “Game of the Year”, Activision doesn’t renew domain name: gameoftheyear.com FUSE Editor | March 27, 2011 | Comments 0 Comments Tweet Dotweekly Editor Jamie Zoch wrote an interesting article this week about spying on company domain names using DomainTools. The story got me thinking about looking at the name servers of companies like Activision so I could post an article on my other blog, militarygamer.com. I found something interesting, while doing some research on activision.com. The company has let two of its domain names expire: gameoftheyear.com and thegameoftheyear.com. As I pointed out on MilitaryGamer , gameoftheyear.com was first registered in 1999, and now the domain name appears over on the Pending Deletes List provided by Pool.com. Thegameoftheyear.com is still registered to Activision, but the status of the domain is set to ”Re...

Full article: http://fusible.com/2011/03/militarygamer-after-losing-out...

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