It didn't take long after Sony's event for Microsoft to begin hinting for their big event. According to WHOIS data, XboxEvent.com was registered Thursday by U.S. Techs, a company recently rebranded as Eventcore that provides "advanced, customized solutions in the event management industry."
U.S. Tech also registered XboxE312.com (E3 2012 Xbox Event) and Microsoft's 2013 Hosting Summit site, which had the text "this site is hosted for Microsoft by U.S. Techs" at the bottom.
Sure doesn't feel like a coincidence doesn't it? With the end of Sony's event and just a day later, Microsoft seems ready for putting out their own event for their own surprises to share. Sony's event held a lot of attention and a lot of high hopes for the new Playstation giant, now it's Microsoft's move and here's hoping that it'll do the same.
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