Electronic Arts buys BF4.com for Battlefield 4 (and other end user sales)
Electronic Arts among the big name buyers at Sedo last week.
Sedo had some big sales last week, including Moms.com for $252,000. The whois record for Moms.com still shows Sedo, so we don’t yet know how bought the domain. Here are some of Sedo’s other end user sales last week.
Electronic Arts bought BF4.com for $9,000, which is short for its Battlefield 4 game.
Australian wedding site EasyWeddings.com.au bought EasyWeddings.co.uk for $1,250.
Spy equipment site Spy.bg bought Spy.eu for 1,500 GBP.
Local World Limited, publisher of the Nottingham Post, bought NottinghamPost.com for 850 GBP.
Ticket To Heaven A/S, which runs clothing site Ticket Outdoor, bought t2h.com for $4,001.
Australian company Global Pumps bought GlobalPumps.com for $1,999. It uses the .com.au version of this.
Red Ventures bought another domain – FloridaHomeSecurity.com – for $899.
Consulting firm Olive Grove Consulting bought TheOliveGrove.com for $1,000.
Brazilian fabrics and packaging company Évora, which recently changed its name from Petropar, bought Evora.com for $94,000.
ChatThreads, which measures how brand interactions lead to purchases, bought Purchased.com for $X.