buys domain from Caesars Entertainment

gambling casinos logo has announced that it will be taking over the domain from Caesars Entertainment, giving users access to more gambling opportunities. is a highly valued domain in the industry, but its sale price has not been revealed.

Last week, the Group Limited held a presentation on its Q3 2022 quarterly results. The company announced that they have acquired the domain from Caesars Entertainment, which is expected to help them expand their gambling business.

With the recent acquisition of this new domain name, it is likely that fourth-quarter earnings will have some information on the sale price.
Statement CEO

The website Seeking Alpha published an edited transcript of the presentation announcing this acquisition. Charles Gillespie, founder and CEO of said the following about this domain:

“To best position ourselves for the future of iGaming around the world, we recently completed the purchase of a superstar domain, which we believe is the most sought-after and valuable domain name for companies in our industry:”

“The addition of to our already best-in-class domain portfolio allows us to build another global brand alongside using our existing teams, technology and know-how.”

Usage of

Caesars Entertainment made little use of this precious domain. Until recently, the domain was used to route traffic to Caesars’ own website. You were taken to a holding page where no further information was yet available.

Caesars Entertainment have had their domain name since 1998. The domain has been used by Caesars (then Harrah’s), but it was first captured in a snapshot by Wayback Machine.

Who is the Group? is an affiliate company that operates with different domains in various countries. In addition to, it is known for its websites rotowire, and Furthermore, and are some of their websites that focus on one specific state in America. The parent company behind recently acquired BonusFinder for an expected price tag of 40 million euros.

Millions for a domain name?

The question of how much the Group paid for is difficult to answer, but it’s likely that this highly sought-after domain will run into the millions of dollars.

Almost two years ago,, a website where gambling-related domain names are traded, published a list of the most expensive domain names in gambling ever. At the top of the list was the domain, which was sold for $5.5 million to (then) an anonymous buyer. The domain was also in the top ten at the time, with a price of $ 2.5 million.

The most expensive domain ever sold was that was sold for $345 million, according to The group behind the Yellow Pages (Yellow Pages) went bankrupt two years after the purchase.

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