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The latest issue of MCV is now available digitally, and it features our four page guide to UK games retail's top buyers.
The significant Japanese aspirations of retail giant Tesco appear to be over.
Supermarket giant Tesco has acquired a 91 per cent stake in Milton Keynes based streaming music service We7.
Leading retail chains have pulled support for Habbo's prepaid cards amidst allegations against the kids' social network.
It may be the biggest and most important retailer in the UK, but supermarket giant Tesco has posted its first fall in UK profits for 20 years.
We compare last year's TV marketing activity for games retailers including Tesco, GAME and Sainsbury’s.
The current games retail model is not working, says Tesco’s entertainment chief.
Having declared itself as “The Home of Gaming” last week, Tesco has revealed a new promotion that offers a number of new games for rock-bottom prices.
In a new no-holds-bar advertising campaign, supermarket Tesco has declared itself “The Home of Gaming”.
Mike Fethers has joined HMV’s games team as its games peripherals and digital buyer.
Tesco has appointed Nick Cooke as the supermarket’s new head of games.
Richard Brasher, the UK chief executive at Tesco, has stepped down as the market leading retailer struggles to turn around its domestic sales.
The UK’s largest retailer, Tesco, has reported a 2.3 per cent like-for-like drop in sales in the UK for the seven weeks ending January 7th.
Argos may have thrown in the towel, but other mass-market retailers insist their own used games ventures are fighting fit.
Tesco is running a cracking new ad to promote Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3.
The UK’s most powerful retailer Tesco is to cut an estimated 34 roles from its non-food department.
Supermarket chain Tesco has announced that Tottenham Hotspur and England midfielder Scott Parker is to attend a launch event for FIFA 12 at one of its Hertfordshire stores.
Tesco has broken cover and announced its FIFA 12 price – and perhaps surprisingly it has once again gone for that magic £25 price point.
It looks as if Morrisons’ will be the cheapest place to buy Gears of War 3 on the UK High Street tomorrow.
It may have conquered the UK High Street, but Tesco has said enough is enough and called time on its Japanese ambitions.
The UK’s leading supermarket Tesco has landed the rights to a tasty freebie for Warner Interactive’s Batman: Arkham City.
Ahead of its UK release tomorrow, the UK’s supermarkets have hit the print press to promote their discounts on console and PC title Deus Ex: Human Revolution.
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