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The inevitable licensed Euro 2012 title from EA Sports will be a digital-only release, MCV can reveal.
The protestors staging sit-in protests at a number of GAME’s closed Irish stores have released a statement clarifying their demands.
Following reports of sporadic violence at some GAME stores, one outlet has taken the move of posting a warning to its customers at the door.
Former GAME workers staging sit-in protests at Irish branches are to be updated by administrators PwC today.
GAME’s recent troubles were always going to spark a move from rival retailers to try and grab all those spare gamers – and supermarket Sainsbury’s appears to have made its ...
UK national newspaper The Daily Express has said that former CEO Ian Shepherd should not be blamed for GAME’s current predicament.
In a piece published on the Playtime.co.uk blog, long-term indie games retailer Gareth Rowbotham shows that he knows how it feels to be downed by the quarterly rent bill. ...
Staff staging a sit-in protest at GAME’s now closed Monaghan store have posted a number of pictures of their exploits on Facebook.
Administrator PwC has said that GAME just needs to hold on for a short time longer so it can finalise an acquisition deal.
Some staff from GAME's 13 Irish stores are reportedly considering a sit-in protest over unpaid redundancy.
Administrators PwC have said that today's loss of over 2,000 jobs at GAME and Gamestation is “regrettable” but that the move “will place the company in a stronger position”.
Administrator PwC has today closed the doors on 277 of The GAME Group’s 609 UK and Ireland stores, MCV understands.
Customers are no longer able to use their Reward Cards in GAME or Gamestation stores.
Ian Shepherd, the CEO of retailer GAME, has resigned from his role.
Retailer GAME has issued what may well be its final statement before the process of dismantling the retailer begins.
After two months of worry and rumour, GAME has as of today officially entered administration.
GAME CEO Ian Shepherd has attacked the media for its reporting of the GAME situation.
As expected, retailer GAME will this morning enter administration.
Two more national newspapers have reported that The Royal Bank of Scotland is leading a consortium of bidders interested in acquiring The GAME Group.
Talks to save GAME have reportedly collapsed, with reports suggesting that it will enter administration tomorrow when an immediate sell-off of assets will begin.
It appears to be a day of conflicting newspaper reports, with The Sunday Times reporting that RBS has offered to buy GAME out of administration.
There is one clear front runner to buy GAME as part of a post-pack administration, sources close to the administrators have told MCV.
With the UK and Spanish GAME operation looking for investors / buyers to keep the chain alive, Australia is taking similar steps.
It's a question many have asked over the last 18 months - and today GameStop offered some insight.
Tenshi Consulting's Ian Baverstock explores what led to GAME's decline, how it could have been averted and how the troubled specialist's plight compares to that of similar retailers.