ICANN is revealing which companies, organisations, start-ups, geographical regions and others have applied for gTLDs and which domain names they are seeking at a news conference in London.
The application window for new generic Top-Level Domain (gTLD) names closed on 30 May after receiving more than 1,900 applications.
The new gTLD program is one the most substantive changes to the Domain Name System (DNS) in the Internet's history.
Watch the ICANN Reveal Day event live here.
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