ShopTo.net has recorded its single biggest weekly share of the games market in the last 12 months.
The retailer recorded a 183 per cent increase in its share of the market compared to the same week in 2009. Chart-Track shows that the market is down 15.6 per cent year-on-year.
ShopTo.net broke its previous market share record with high sales of F1 2010, Dead Rising 2 and Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock, according to Chart-Track figures.
For the year-to-date the retailer’s share of the market is up 84 per cent against an overall software market decrease of 13.7 per cent.
ShopTo.net CEO Igor Cipolletta said: We are delighted by our latest results which show our continued expansion, despite the economic climate.
We have a fantastic team of people here at ShopTo who are determined to make us the number one online destination to buy video games. We have invested in new staff, state of the art warehouse technology and CRM tools which means we can now offer unparalleled service, especially on pre-orders.”
In July the ShopTo.net announced record turnover for its last financial year.