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Game4u launches its 2nd store

After Mumbai, the company is going to launch 10 more stores by 2011 and 50 stores across major Indian cities in 3 years


June 27, 2011  |  comments ( 0 )  | 
Game4u launches its 2nd store

Game4u, the specialist game retail store from Milestone Games Pvt. Ltd., announced the launch of its second store in Mumbai at the recently opened Infiniti Mall, Malad (W), one of the main retail hubs in Mumbai’s Western Suburbs. Following the success of its existing store at Mega Mall, the new store offers a complete range of video games, consoles, PC games and related accessories.

 

Announcing the launch, Mr. Jayont R. Sharma, CEO and Chairman of Milestone Interactive Group said, “We are happy to launch our 2nd store in Mumbai. It has been our endeavour to enhance customer experience at our stores with the superior merchandise, service and the overall international shopping ambience that Game4u has on offer. We as a company see great opportunity in the organised gaming retail segment in India and with our brick and mortar store and online store (www.game4u.com) we are here to contribute towards India’s gaming retail growth.” 

Game4u presents consumers with a destination for them to browse, interact and buy from an impressive line-up of gaming software and hardware, backed up by a well-trained and knowledgeable staff. Some of the exclusive consumer focused properties offered by Game4u include:

  • Pre-order: In this section, customers can order some of the most anticipated games before its release and avail some exciting pre-order offers
  • Deals4u: This section offers special prices and offers on the hottest selling titles 
  • Re-play: Here customers can trade in their old games in exchange for new ones. The re-play section re-sells the traded in games after a through quality check for sale at a lower price
  • Easy EMI Scheme: This scheme allows customers to buy products from Game4u store with an  option to pay in 3,6,9 or 12 monthly installments (EMI) at zero percent interest

 


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