Microsoft call it a "telling barometer" of political attitudes in tech savvy young Brits, who are a "vitally important demographic" for all the UK parties.
The Lib Dems scored 30 percent of 400,000 votes, while the Conservatives got 20.7 percent and Labour scrapped by with 17.6 percent. The undecided vote was the largest segment at 31.3 percent.
"We believe our results provide a telling barometer of political attitudes among 18 to 30 year-olds nationwide," said Stephen McGill of Microsoft's Xbox division.
"Being a young, socially and technology aware group who certainly have their fingers on the pulse 24/7, Xbox 360 Live members are a vitally important demographic for UK parties. Like all Brits, we await the outcome of Thursday's General Election with keen interest."
This is quite an important election for the videogames industry because of the various pledges from each of the political parties to introduce much need tax incentives, of which industry group Tiga has been instrumental in fighting for.
The UK general election has begun today so we British people will know soon enough who has the big desk in 10 Downing Street for the next 3 to 4 yours.
Seeing as how the Liberal Democrats always give way to a Conservative or Labour government, the Xbox Live prediction is highly unlikely to come true - sorry 30 percent.