Sunday is usually a day in which even the domain industry rests somewhat, but not today. George Kirikos, investor and owner of Leap of Faith Financial Services, has uncovered another seven-figure domain sale, which was previously unreported. In a series of tweets earlier today, George teased followers with a number of clues, before finally revealing the sale. The domain in question is Vivo.com. The buyer of Vivo.com is Vivo, a Chinese technology company that has been using VivoGlobal.com as its main website. According to George, the final sales price of Vivo.com was $2.1 million, and was sold by Real Networks (RNWK), a NASDAQ listed company based in Washington (page 26). Vivo owns several other names including vivo.co.in, vivo.com.cn and vivo.cn, so acquiring the .COM definitely makes sense. This sale ranks as the largest sale of this year, and it is just the third seven-figure domain sale that has been publicly disclosed this year, following the sales of Jade.com and LA.com.