The Xbox Entertainment Awards site may have been taken offline due to a security breach, but Microsoft hasn’t forgotten the inconvenience this caused to the 2,892 folks who voted. For their trouble, everyone who voted using the app will be handed 1600 Microsoft Points (£13.60/$20). That will buy you things like the Gears of War: Judgement Season Pass, DLC for an myriad of titles or even Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition. Thanks, Eurogamer.
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Microsoft’s voting site for the first Xbox Entertainment Awards saw a security breach this morning, leaving the names, email addresses and gamertags of voters exposed.
Microsoft has unveiled its Xbox Entertainment Awards, a ballot that covers games, movies, music and more on Xbox Live. Voting is open now and the shortlist rests squarely in the hands of gamers. Cast your vote today.