KAX Media issues press release about gambling.com purchase; “It was an easy decision given the price”

Nearly two weeks after being revealed as the buyer of gambling.com by eGaming Review, KAX Media issued a press release briefly describing its $2.5MM purchase of gambling.com. The company stated it had plans to aggressively grow gambling.com through improvements in conversion rates and more … [Read more...]

Gambling.com’s mystery buyer revealed as KAX Media

The mystery buyer behind the highly coveted domain name gambling.com which was purchased in late April 2011 from Media Corp for $2.5 million is no longer a mystery.  Now, just a week after the news was announced, eGaming Review has identified the buyer.  According to eGR, KAX Media is the new … [Read more...]

Biggest domain sale of 2011 nearing completion – Media Corp announces year-end results, Gambling.com update

Perhaps the biggest domain name sale of 2011, Media Corp's gambling.com, is getting ready to make headlines.  Just hours ago, Media Corp announced its final results for the year ended 2010 through a press release.  While the company showed a better overall performance for its business than the … [Read more...]

The latest updates on New Jersey Internet Gambling Bill, gambling domains, sales, and more

There's been a number of headlines this past month about internet gambling and gambling domains.  Here's a roundup of news and gossip from around the web, with stories ranging from the New Jersey Internet Gambling Bill and ongoing negotiations for the sale of gambling.com, to 2011 domain sales and … [Read more...]

Calvin Ayre has no comment on whether he’ll bid on Gambling.com

Calvin Ayre had no comment on whether he'll bid on the domain name Gambling.com, which sold for nearly $20 million in 2005.  That's according to a story published by Steven Stradbrooke on CalvinAyre.com on Wednesday, after a BlackJack Champ story speculated that the billionaire who purchased … [Read more...]

Will the sale of Gambling.com even come close to $20MM (its previous sale price)?

Fusible.com was the first blog in the Domain industry to report about the auction of Gambling.com, shortly after reading a tweet sent through Calvin Ayre's web site announcing Media Corp had retained Sedo to sell Gambling.com.  Hours earlier, Media Corp had issued a press release through … [Read more...]