Crew behind Bodog, gives Slots.ca its own website

"Slots.ca"

Slots.ca is the second highest publicly reported Slots domain sale of all-time, ahead of Slots.eu which sold for $31,000 in 2009. Calvin Ayre, the buyer of Slots.ca, also owns Slots.com, one of the top 10 domain sales of all-time.

As we suspected, the purchase of Slots.ca for $207,000 in July 2010 was made by Calvin Ayre and his company Bodog Brand.  The purchase of Slots.ca followed Calvin Ayre’s acquisition of Slots.com for $5.5MM.

The domain name Slots.ca up until this week, redirected to Slots.com, but now the crew behind Bodog has given the domain its own web site.  This means the site will start ranking in the search engines.

Calvin Ayre is set to dominate the global internet when it comes to Slots with his recent acquisitions of Slots.com and Slots.ca — and his company knows a thing or two about online gaming. 

According to Wikipedia, Calvin founded Bodog in 1994 with $10,000 to his name and rapidly evolved his brand into an online gaming and entertainment empire, becoming a billionaire – with the likes of Richard Branson who operates the Virgin empire.

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