GAME retail website put back online by administrators and open for business once again despite financial issues

Given a new lease of life the GAME group online retail websites have been set live once again further hinting at a potential upcoming buy out

Following its recent demise GAME looks set to be brought out of administration by banking firm RBS as the and websites are activated once again.

Having been pulled offline following the retailer’s fall into administration the GAME group’s online shopping outlets are once again live allowing gamers to get their fill of some of the latest console and gaming releases.

Reinstated shortly after the tech based retailer confirmed it was to once again honour reward card claims, the latest glimmer of life from GAME has added fuel to the spreading fire of rumours suggesting the Royal Bank of Scotland is to step in and rescue the cash strapped outlet.

Despite the returning websites marking a positive move in the rescuing of the longstanding British retailer, any potential takeover by RBS would be too late for the 277 stores that have already been closed by administrators resulting in 2,104 job losses.

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