Microsoft finally uses its "Tailgaming" trademark for Super Bowl contest

Remember a few weeks ago when we reported that Microsoft had secured the trademark to the term "Tailgaming?" Well, the company has now revealed exactly what that odd name will be used for; an Xbox One contest that's connected to the 2014 Super Bowl XLVIII game in New York City (technically it's in East Rutherford, New Jersey, but we won't quibble).

The Xbox Wire website states that the Xbox One Tailgaming Sweepstakes begins today and ends on December 31st for U.S. residents. The top 10 winners will get a trip to attend Super Bowl XLVIII in early February, along with the Xbox One Tailgaming Party at the Xbox One Loft. Those same winners will get a limited edition Xbox One console. The contest also offers a way to win some instant prizes such as gift cards to and the Microsoft Store, copies of EA's “Madden NFL 25,” or tickets for two to select NFL games.

In addition, Microsoft will bring what it calls the Xbox One Tailgaming Experience to a number of NFL games, allowing people who head to the stadium to get some hands-on time with the Xbox One console, including a look at the NFL on Xbox One app.

Source: Xbox Wire | Image via Microsoft

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