The GAME Group was delisted from the London Stock Exchange yesterday, before filing for administration in the afternoon.
GAME's UK stores and assets have piqued the interest of six potential bidders, while a further 20 suitors mull over GAME Group's international operations, reports MCV.
As previously reported, GameStop remains keen to expand, while Comet owner OpCapita is not ruling out another bid. Hilco, meanwhile, is interested in GAME's international operations.
Administration means that GAME Group will be protected by its creditors during the ten-day period while it seeks a buyer. An administrator will be appointed this morning.
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Closing its chain of GameStation stores is said to be one of the main avenues GAME Group is exploring to save the company.
The high street retailer's shares plummeted by 90% in 2011, despite £1 billion in annual turnover.
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