Domains exposed : Dot .Games and dot .Live rock TwitchCon 2016

RightSide rolled out dot .Games 10 days ago, and the results are rather awesome. Currently, almost 6000 .Games domains have been registered.

Not content with pitching the .Games gTLD to domain investors, its sister company,, took a trip south to California, where TwitchCon 2016 is taking place.

From September 30 to October 2, hordes of gamers gather in San Diego, California, to play games and watch others play games, live.

This is a great opportunity for registrars and registries to promote their domains. RightSide offers dot .Live and dot .Games, both of which have a strong appeal to gamers, and Twitch users in particular.

Among them Jared Ewy, Chief Comedy Officer at, donned his .Games shirt along with other fine people and pretended he knows how to play the latest games.

Ha! 😀


Jared in the middle – “X” marks the spot – with Amanda on the left and Marc on the right.

Jared knows everything about .Games domains, however, so if you run into him during TwitchCon 2016, you can ask him any questions you may have about the new gTLDs.

The first TwitchCon took place last year; the domain was acquired in 2014 for an undisclosed sum, reputedly very close to seven figures USD.

For more information about what’s going on with .Games domains, visit RightSide.

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