Following a successful trial, GAME, the UK’s leading specialist games retailer, has announced the official launch of GAME Marketplace, offering customer’s access to tens of thousands of new and preowned games and gaming related items through a single online hub, available at www.game.co.uk/marketplace.
From Aliens to Zelda and everything in between, GAME Marketplace has been designed to allow customers a way to easily browse and discover thousands of unique products including current and retro games, PC hardware, electronics, toys and collectibles, gaming memorabilia, books, clothing and much more.
Overall GAME Marketplace now offers a range of over 50,000 products from a range of suppliers including [Yellow Bulldog, Rarewaves, Bull Shirt, Venom and Fierce PC]. The number of suppliers will continue to grow rapidly as GAME on-board a huge variety of exciting and innovative new vendors and publishers.
Commenting on the launch, Charlotte Knight, GAME, said: “Everyone at GAME is incredibly excited about our ambitions for GAME Marketplace. In the past we’ve seen a phenomenal response to the limited edition products and accessories that we have stocked and know there is huge demand for gaming accessories and memorabilia. As the leading specialist games retailer, we have developed GAME Marketplace to allow us to open up this vast new world of merchandise to our customers, offering the greatest choice to our communities, whilst also allowing them to accrue reward points they can redeem against future purchases.
“From retro gaming, clothing, hardware to the latest accessories and much, much more, GAME Marketplace is the place where gamers and gifters will discover their perfect buy.”
GAME Marketplace, is powered by Mirakl Marketplace Platform, the marketplace solution from retail technology provider, Mirakl.
Adrien Nussenbaum, co-founder, Mirakl, said: “Marketplaces are a real growth area within retail and the GAME Marketplace looks to be one of the best. GAME customers will benefit from vastly increased product choice, building the trust and loyalty between the community and GAME itself.”