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Sales at entertainment retailer HMV fell 19.4 per cent year-on-year for the 52 week ending April 28th.
Renowned pre-owned games guru Martin Baxter has joined Green Man Gaming as head of trading.
Kid Icarus: Uprising is to come under the spotlight once again as Nintendo kicks off a fresh round of retail promotions for the title.
HMV’s games category manager Martin Baxter is to leave the retailer, MCV can reveal.
The entertainment giant underperformed in the video games market last year, but in the wake of GAME’s administration it has become one of our sector’s most important retailers. In his ...
A video games themed in-store marketing campaign will kick off at entertainment retailer HMV later this month.
HMV says its market share on new games has more than doubled.
Mike Fethers has joined HMV’s games team as its games peripherals and digital buyer.
HMV will close its Guernsey warehouse and now run its website from the UK.
Rival retailers say they are ready to step up as the credit crisis at GAME Group deepens.
There is a sad truth to the seemingly inevitable demise of GAME Group – it’s potentially good news for other video game retailers, in the short term at least.
You'd think distribution would be a less exciting part of the games industry, but you’d be wrong.
Troubled retailers GAME and HMV have held crucial talks with its major suppliers.
Yes, says CEO Simon Fox, but there will be sacrifices. Christopher Dring visits HMV’s offices to find out how its attitude towards gaming has changed.
It is ‘absolutely nuts’ online retailers can avoid tax so easily, says HMV.
HMV says a report claiming Amazon is now the UK’s No.1 entertainment retailer is “misleading”, as it takes game sales into account.
New numbers from Kantar Worldpanel suggest that Amazon overtook HMV in the three months ending December 25th to become the UK’s biggest entertainment retailer for the first time.
HMV won't turn its back on games, CEO Simon Fox has told MCV. But it will cut in-store space given to the category following a year where it lost market ...
We’ve been down this road before. Another bleak set of retailer financials, another article in MCV wondering what can be done about it.
Good news at last for HMV, as its banks have agreed to support the troubled retailer.
Last week GAME revealed its poor Christmas financials, with UK and Ireland retail sales down 17.6 per cent over the festive period.
HMV’s Xmas would have been a lot better had there been more video games to sell, says CEO Simon Fox.
Tim Ellis has left HMV as part of a head office restructure.
The competition from supermarkets and online retailers has lead HMV to admit that it is reconsidering its interest in the video games market.
HMV's retail sales dropped 8.2 per cent over Christmas.