.CLUB sold $2.7 million of domain names in Q2 2017 mostly attributed to China registrars with strong pinyin and number sales.
.Club sold a total of 666 premium names sold in Q2 via auctions, through the registrar channel and aftermarket platforms, and directly by the registry, generating over $205,000 in one-time fees and more than $2.5 million in topline value of names making monthly payments as part of the Get.club Easy Payments plan.
The .CLUB tiered premium program through the registrar channel continues to be a success, and in Q2 a total of 393 names were sold by 30 different registrars in 13 different countries.
In China, 25 names were sold in an auction in June on the eName platform and 12 names were sold in an Auction on the Aliyun (Alibaba) platform in April.
Total topline premium name sales for Q2 2017, from all sources including subscriptions, came to a record breaking $2,724,076.22, including buy-it-now sales of $205,201.22. As of March 31, 2017, total topline cumulative sales of registry reserved premium .CLUB names came to $7,559,504.67.
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