Tag Archives: gambling.com
- Gambling.com buyer confirmed; BetClic Everest extends Lyon sponsorship
May 5, 2011
The mystery buyer of Gambling.com has finally been revealed as KAX Media. The affiliate business that runs the WSN.com sports betting portal has been confirmed as the group that spent $2.5million (£1.5million) at an auction just last week. Since that auction, rumors had been abound as to who had bought...
- Gambling.com disappoints in domain auction
April 28, 2011
The sale of what was supposed to be the most valuable domain name in the entire gambling industry was confirmed earlier today as Media Corp reported that gambling.com was sold to an anonymous bidder for $2.5m (£1.5m) It was supposed to be the straw that broke the camels back in...
- Bodog Brand declines comment on gambling.com domain bid rumors
January 12, 2011
There’s been some speculation that the Bodog Brand intends to make a strong bid for the gambling.com domain. Word is that Calvin Ayre and some of his staff have made reservations at London’s fashionable L’Atelier restaurant -- the site of the company’s successful £3.8m bid for the Slots.com domain --...
- Media Corp sets high reserve on Gambling.com
January 4, 2011
Getting the right domain name can be the difference between your site being the one that everyone flocks or the place that no one would be seen dead at – not even in a cheap suit. This is the case in the online gambling industry as much as it is...
- Generic domain names more valuable
December 2, 2010
When Calvin Ayre purchased the domain name Slots.com for around $5.5million in June of this year the internet was awash with people wondering what on earth the man was doing. Had old age set in a bit too early for the man who loves a party? The fact that Sex.com...
- Gambling.com for sale to highest bidder
November 30, 2010
For most of us who came up during the internet boom, there was at least one juvenile day where we thought of the most random shit possible, threw a .com after it and checked the internet to see if it existed. As such, companies love to secure the most blatant...