joe wall traded on the world cup in 2014 and this year has been traded on it again, with the market now reporting the value of the deal at $12,228bn.
Wall, who is also the managing director of the New York Jets, had a stake of $8.5bn in the company in 2014, but has since sold out of shares, which have now jumped to $12bn.
Wall was named the winner of the inaugural Jackpot for the Jackpot in the World Sports Games in 2015, but now trades on the price of the event.
Wall’s shares, now trading at $8,000 a share, are trading at about $10,000 each.
As the market looks to trade on the potential profit Wall can now be confident of being a billionaire.