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The UK’s Top Five Indie Innovators: GenkiVideoGames

The final entry in our look at the UK’s top indie innovators is niche site GenkiVideoGames.com. Site proprietor Peter Koeppl says he is catering to the needs of a niche market. With Amazon the biggest player in the online retail space, more and more online indies are turning to stocking …

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The UK’s Top Five Indie Innovators: Go2Games

The next entry in our Indie Retail Month look at the UK’s top indie innovators is video game site Go2Games. Business development head Craig Constantinides explains how Go2Games has embraced a new business model. What do you do that makes you stand out from the indie scene?We love computer games. …

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The UK’s Top Five Indie Innovators: Rice Digital

As Indie Retail Month in association with Gem continues, we take a look at Rice Digital as part of focus on the UK’s top indie innovators. Rice Digital MD Geraint Evans tells MCV how the site is tackling a side of the market some still don’t know exists. How did …

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The UK’s Top Five Indie Innovators: Retrobution

The next entry in our Indie Retail Month look at the UK’s top indie innovators is video game stall Retrobution. Dave James-Turvey tells MCV how he has created a portable version of his popular video games stall. How has the stall developed since arriving on the High Street?It opened on …

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The UK’s Top Five Indie Innovators: Game On

As our Indie Retail Month continues, we turn our attention to some of the most inventive indies on the scene that aim to bring consumers something a little different from the rest. First up is Game On. Owner Emma Mills tells MCV how Magic the Gathering card events have done …

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The UK’s Top Online-Only Indies: Simply Games

The final entry into our look at the UK’s top online-only indies is the 2013 MCV Award winner, Simply Games. Owner Neil Muspratt tells MCV why the site is deliberately remaining a games-only business Simply Games is one of the biggest success stories in online indie retail. The 2013 MCV …

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The UK’s Top Online-Only Indies: Gameseek

Our Indie Retail Month in association with Gem continues to look at the UK’s online-only indies with Gameseek. MCV learns how Gameseek is experiencing the most rapid growth in its history from MD Stephen Staley. How has the site developed since it started?It would be impossible to list the number …

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The UK’s Top Online-Only Indies: Hitari

As our Indie Retail Month continues, we continue our look at the UK’s top online-only indies in the UK with Hitari. MD Kamal Hitari tells MCV how Hitari has progressed to a stage where it has its own in-house marketing team. Since starting up in 2010, Hitari has grown its …

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New owners for popular Bath indie retailer

Long-running indie Wireworld Game Studio, Caf and Bar has found itself new owners. After 14 years, owners Ron ‘Mac’ McKenzie and his wife Lyn had to sell the Bath store due to illness – and the couple were amazed by the response. We had a phenomenal amount of interest,” said …

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Peripherals industry ‘near-impossible to penetrate,’ says inventor

A designer working on a new racing game controller says the UK peripherals market is inaccessible to outsiders. Dr. Edmund Jephcott has created the Pegasus racing game control system, a device designed to make the steering of existing controllers more managable. But Jephcott has found the peripherals market too closed …

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