Supermarkets may be leaving good money on the table when it comes to video games. Although interactive games are showing strong growth in almost all segments of the national market, the game business in supermarkets is declining, according to SN's eighth annual State of the Industry Report on Supermarket Video. The study found games at 5.6% of overall video revenues in rental departments last year. This percentage dropped from 6.5% a year earlier and from 10.3% four years ago. But as the ...
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