The support pages have since been taken down by Zynga, however the announcement of the game seems imminent as Zynga apparently went on a shopping spree on September 7 for over two dozen domain names related to Kingdoms and Quests, a day before the game was leaked. The new domains include web addresses such as KingdomsandQuests2.com and KingdomsandQuestsblog.com.
Each of the domains were registered at MarkMonitor, a brand protection company regularly used by large companies. Although the owner of the domains is hidden behind MarkMonitor’s Whois privacy, you can guarantee they are Zynga-owned, as Zynga is a client of MarkMonitor and its very own zynga.com is registered through MarkMonitor.
Here’s a look at the list.
In case you’re wondering whether Zynga owns KingdomsandQuests.com, the domain is currently registered at Go Daddy. It was first registered in early August, along with the .net and .org. While all three names are privately registered, it’s also likely all three belong to Zynga. For its Empires and Allies game, Zynga registered the top level domains at Go Daddy using the Domains by Proxy privacy service.