The perfect New gTLD for online gaming sites, serious gamers, companies and individuals that host online poker tournaments or sell poker accessories for at-home play (e.g., card tables, chips, etc.)--and even bloggers who write about poker and related topics.
|Sunrise ||February 5, 2015 -- March 7, 2015 |
|Landrush / EAP ||March 10, 2015 -- April 9, 2015 |
|General Availability ||April 21, 2015 |
Poker is big business. More than 40 million people play poker online, making it one of the most popular online pastimes, and extremely lucrative. So if online poker is your hand, or if you're just passionate about online poker, the new .POKER gTLD is one domain you want for your business. Dot POKER is perfect for online gaming sites, serious gamers, companies and individuals that host online poker tournaments or sell poker accessories for at-home play (e.g., card tables, chips, etc.)--and even bloggers who write about poker and related topics. You definitely want to be holding the nuts--and not in the muck--when GA opens and anyone can register .poker domains.
The goal of the new .poker gTDL is to provide a new/better way for online poker companies to make their websites easily identifiable to their clients--and to bolster confidence for their online audience. Registering a .poker domain extension for your brand will help you grow your business, by letting the world know exactly who you are and what you do. And it will help enhance advertizing efforts and help you promote your business (or yourself) more effectively online, increasing search rankings and attracting more players. Be sure to get the .poker domain name you want before it's taken.
Available renewal terms:
Are individual .poker registrations allowed? | Yes
Will I need to provide additional information to register a .poker domain name? | No
▼ Do restrictions apply to some .poker domain names? | Yes
Names that match, contain misspellings of, or are recognizable variations of, any of the seven words identified in Federal Communications Commission v. Pacifica Foundation, 438 U.S. 726 (1978) are restricted.
Are IDNs available? | No
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