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Game protests continue as staff meet administrators

Workers from Game will have further contact with its administrators today about redundancy payments as sit-in protests continue at many of the video game retailers premises.

28th March, 2012
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Game closed all of its Irish stores with the loss of more than 120 jobs.

Workers from Game will have further contact with its administrators today about redundancy payments as sit-in protests continue at many of the video game retailers premises.

An RTÉ report said that staff representatives met with administrators PricewaterhouseCoopers and Game management yesterday and that an update is expected this afternoon.

The workers are protesting because they have to rely on redundancy payments from the State, rather than from Game.

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