— The first 7.2 million wagering online was sold at 7:59 p.m.
ET Wednesday for an estimated $9.3 million, according to data from market tracker CoinMarketCap.
That’s a 4.7% profit on the day and a 7.7%-plus profit for the day on the first day of the WSOP.
This is a major increase over the first 7 million wagers.
The first 8 million wager sold at 6:02 p.k. was also a 7% profit, and 8.2% for the night.
The wagers at 7.3M are selling at an auction price of $1.25 per coin, with the remaining coins sold for $1 each, CoinMarketMarketCap said.
The auction has generated a total of $2.3 billion in revenue for Wargaming.com, which has raised $1 billion since it launched in 2013.
The Wargamers are also selling their merchandise for $0.75 each.
Here’s a look at the 7.4 million wagons that sold during the WSOC.
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