Game revival helped by new consoles

Press Association
EDITORIAL USE ONLY: File photo dated 21/11/2013 of customers queue to pick up an Xbox One after the midnight release of the console at the pop-up GAME store at the Trocadero in Leicester Square, London. The long-awaited launch of new consoles from Microsoft and Sony helped resurgent retailer Game nearly double sales over Christmas as the chain bounces back from administration less than two years ago. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Wednesday January 15, 2014. Its festive performance caps a remarkable transformation for the group and comes as its new owners are understood to be considering plans for a ?300 million stock market flotation later this year. See PA story CITY Game. Photo credit should read: Matt Alexander/PA Wire
EDITORIAL USE ONLY: File photo dated 21/11/2013 of customers queue to pick up an Xbox One after the midnight release of the console at the pop-up GAME store at the Trocadero in Leicester Square, London. The long-awaited launch of new consoles from Microsoft and Sony helped resurgent retailer Game nearly double sales over Christmas as the chain bounces back from administration less than two years ago. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Wednesday January 15, 2014. Its festive performance caps a remarkable transformation for the group and comes as its new owners are understood to be considering plans for a ?300 million stock market flotation later this year. See PA story CITY Game. Photo credit should read: Matt Alexander/PA Wire

%VIRTUAL-SkimlinksPromo%The long-awaited launch of new consoles from Microsoft and Sony helped resurgent retailer Game nearly double sales over Christmas as the chain bounces back from administration less than two years ago.

Its festive performance caps a remarkable transformation for the group and comes as its new owners are understood to be considering plans for a £300 million stock market flotation later this year.