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Submitted by fusible 1201d ago | news

Electronic Arts appears to have acquired DeadSpace.com as speculation grows

Right now, the gaming world is abuzz with news that video game Dead Space 3 was leaked by retailer BT Games. While it’s not officially confirmed, it appears Electronic Arts is getting to ramp up its online marketing efforts with the private acquisition of the domain name DeadSpace.com. According to Whois records, the name transferred from its previous owner to Corporation Service Company, a company that helps protect many of the world’s best global brands. (Dead Space 3, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

DeadSpaced  +   1201d ago
I like what I see. I like it a lot.
AusRogo  +   1201d ago
Aw man, come on I want to see some more dead space!
Kinger8938  +   1201d ago
Would they not already have 'deadspace.com'?
fusible  +   1201d ago
No, EA didn't already own deadspace.com. They use other web addresses like deadspace.ea.com and ea.com/dead-space
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