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Investment firm set to save high street chain Game

A deal has reportedly been agreed to buy a large part of the High Street chain Game, in a deal which would keep open 333 stores, saving more than 3,000 jobs.

The computer and video games retailer called in the administrators and closed down 277 stores, after running into financial trouble.

But it is believed investment group Opcapita has struck an agreement with its creditors to keep the business going.

Gillian Roberts reports.

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