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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.
Speaking to investors following the publication of its most recent fiscal results, GameStop has seemingly ruled out the chance of a GAME takeover in the UK.
Having conquered the world with hit indie PC hit Minecraft, famed developer Markus ‘Notch’ Persson has revealed a bold idea for a future title.
Retail giant GameStop has said it “expects to open international stores opportunistically while keeping square footage flat”.
It might surprise you that the one point I was called out for most last week wasn’t our contentious cover – but my implication that GAME had given up fighting.
Keith Ramsdale, the boss of EA UK, has predicted that a new-look GAME will rise from the ashes of the current company.
Leading financial and retail experts are all eyeing up a move for GAME Group.
Senior industry sources say GameStop has found another reason not to make an offer for GAME: France.
Whatever happens to GAME, you can’t say its 6,000 UK employees didn’t put up a fight.
GAME UK has attracted the attention of "five or six" potential buyers, Retail Week is reporting.
GAME has told its staff they will be 'paid what they've earned,' the retailer tells MCV.
A source close to Comet owner OpCapita has revealed to MCV that a deal to takeover GAME is now very unlikely.
The value of GAME’s assets needs to be reassessed to ensure that shareholders receive a rightful return on their investment, Blueshore Global has told MCV.
It has felt like a very slow and protracted saga, but GAME’s fall into administration today has by all accounts been swift… and brutal.
UK retailer GAME officially filed for administration, although it will continue to trade for the time being.
GAME said its board sees "no equity value left in the Group" and as such wants to be taken off the stock market.
One way or another, GAME as we know it has GONE, and may be replaced by something entirely different on Monday.
A takeover at GAME still looks some way off, with the retailer having recently held talks with publishers in an effort to raise funds needed to pay store rents this ...
The future of games on the High Street in in danger and thousands of workers face an uncertain future… so let’s all cash in, right?
MCV has learnt that a number of retailers and suppliers are putting plans and finances in place to ensure they are ready to acquire potentially cut-price assets should GAME go ...
A source close to OpCapita has told MCV that chief lender RBS must act fast to save GAME before it slips into administration at the weekend.
With any potential deal to save GAME needing to be in place by this weekend, the retailer’s share price has taken a big hit on the markets this morning.
It appears that GAME's chief lenders have thrust the retailer back toward the brink of administration by rejecting the offer tabled by Comet owner OpCapita.