Acquires from Caesars

According to a Seeking Alpha article covering the most recent earnings call, the publicly traded has acquired the domain name from Caesars. Terms of the deal were not shared on the earnings call, but the company seemed elated with the acquisition.

Here’s what Charles Gillespie, CEO of, stated about the acquisition of on the earnings call:

“To continue to best position ourselves for the future of iGaming around the world, we recently completed the acquisition of a superstar marquee domain, which, in our view, is the single most desirable and valuable domain name for companies in our line of business,

The addition of to our already best-in-class domain portfolio enables us to build another powerhouse global brand alongside using our existing teams, technology and knowhow.”

Since the deal closed in the Fourth Quarter of this year, perhaps the acquisition cost of will be reported in the company’s next quarterly report. In fact, in the company’s quarterly report for activity through September 30th, the company mentioned the acquisition in the section covering events after the reporting period. “In November 2022, the Company acquired the domain name,” the company shared.

It does not appear that Caesars did much with the domain name. Using, I can see the domain name was used to forward traffic to Caesars website. Judging by the coming soon page, it looks like has plans to build into a uniquely branded casino-related platform.

Thanks to Domain Scout and George Kirikos for sharing this news on Twitter

Elliot Silver
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  1. Yes, giant deal for sure.
    Maybe a hybrid deal – cash + equity?
    Casino, gambling, sportsbetting domains should continue to fetch high sales, as sportsbetting already is legal in 30 USA states, and the burgeoning sector is growing, and keyword domains, with sites/apps, could help reduce the current customer acquisition costs for these gambling conglomerates.


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