|According to gambling news site, Gambling911.com, Moniker.comís silent auction of online gambling domain names brought in a staggering total of $1.3 million.|
From that figure, Scores.com took the largest percentage securing a hefty $1.2 million. Slots.com and other online casino related domains each sold for no more than $100,000 each.One of the most sought after names, Poker.com, is not included in the above figures as the sale is still reportedly under contention. An alleged offer near to $30 million was put on the table but there have been no confirmed acceptances at this time.
Moniker, the first and only provider of domain asset management services, hosted its first online silent auction of premium gaming and casino industry domain names during the Casino Affiliate Convention 2007 (CAC 2007), which took place in Amsterdam on May 3 to May 5 at the NH Grand Krasnapolsky Hotel.