American multi-national toy company Hasbro is considered to be the largest toy maker in the world in terms of stock market value. According to reports, the company produced revenues of $5.21 billion in 2017 thanks to existing lines in Thanks to DomainIQ, we have been able to look through Hasbro's portfolio of domain names to pick out our top five. Do you agree with the list? Sorry.com One of the most common words in the English language also happens to be one of Hasbro's most popular games. The original patent for the game was filed in 1930 and Hasbro now continually publishes it. Registered in 1996, Sorry.com has been used by Hasbro since at least 1998 to promote the Sorry game. As of writing, the name redirects to Hasbro's online store. Claw.com This four-letter word could make an excellent brand name with several hundred company results listed on LinkedIn. Claw.com, valued at $39,000 by Estibot, was created in 1996 and has been used by Hasbro since archival records began in 1998. From research, it's unclear as to what connection Claw has to Hasbro, since the only possible connection (Cobra C.L.A.W) was apparently discontinued in 1986. Rook.com A rook is a common bird, a chess piece, and a valuable four-letter .COM domain name that most investors would love to own. However, under Hasbro, the domain has had one job and that is to promote the Rook card game. Risk.com Another four-letter domain in Hasbro's collection is Risk.com. Valued by Estibot at $196,000, this name has multiple uses in various industries such as risk management in business and finance. Under Hasbro's ownership, however, the name has been used since at least 1998 to promote the popular Risk game. Monopoly.com One of Hasbro's most popular brands is Monopoly. The board game has been transformed into various special editions, apps and even gambling products, resulting in Monopoly being one of the company's most valuable games. It'll come as no surprise that Hasbro secured the Monopoly.com domain name in the 1990's with the first archival copy of Monopoly.com showing a basic website with the famous Monopoly logo.