Retail Chain ‘Game’ All Set To Rejoin Stock Market

2012 wasn’t a good year for retail chain ‘Game’ – as more than its 200 stores in the UK and Ireland closed down and its Australian division also shuttered down. The corporate had filed for bankruptcy and it also got unlisted from the Stock Exchange. The operations of the firm were purchased by some sister investment companies. Now according to reports, the company is also planning on rejoining the stock market.

The re-entry will be requiring £300 million dollars. This comes out to be an interesting move and could really turn out to be highly beneficial for the chain as the new consoles are out there in the market.

Via: Joystiq

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