Listed below are updates to the top 10 domain sales from a year ago, as ranked by DN Journal.
1. TheRecRoom.com sold for $89,888
Picked up by Canadian company Cineplex, which is “one of Canada’s leading entertainment companies and operates one of the most modern and fully digitized motion picture theatre circuits in the world.” They appear to have a market cap near $3 billion, and they have a new brand in the works, described as follows,
“The Rec Room is raising the bar in interactive entertainment by bringing together an incredible gaming experience with exciting live entertainment, and an unforgettable dining experience, all under one roof. It’s the ultimate social playground with something for everyone and every occasion; from date night to team celebrations and everything in between.
Believe the hype: The Rec Room is set to revolutionize entertainment in Canada.”
2. Videos.de sold for $53,000
The traffic leader for the week, with an Alexa rank near 3.7 million. According to Google Translate, “the big news blog on the topics that move the world.“
3. RSL.com sold for $45,000
Picked up by Major League Soccer, and the domain is the home of Real Salt Lake. It’s a nice shortener from RealSaltLake.com, which now forwards to the LLL.com.
4. DEH.com sold for $29,680
A for-sale lander is live; owned by a domain investor in South Korea..
5. Divider.com sold for $17,500
A MediaOptions.com lander is live; Whois shows ThoseDomains.com is the owner. Rick Schwartz sold the related RoomDividers.com for $75k, but he probably held onto the domain for over a decade before a sale was made.
6. XBC.com sold for $16,500
A Chinese language parked domain is live, and the domain is owned by an individual in China.
7. Automating.com sold for $15,000
This poor domain has been pimped all over the place in the past year, but hasn’t found a loving home yet. Currently being offered for sale by Zandibot.
7. EXB.com sold for $15,000
Currently owned by Media Options, and their for-sale lander is live.
7. EZM.com sold for $15,000
A Chinese language lander is live.
10. Degree.me sold for $11,500
Looks like an education lead generation site, “Whether you’re interested in expanding your academic horizons on campus or online, Degree.me has the right option for you. Explore over 1,900 degree and certificate programs.” They appear to have rebranded from DegreePath.com, but they’re listing the .com for sale vs having it redirected to Degree.me.