Today Replay Events, has announced the return of the much loved Video Game Market in Doncaster, UK and London Gaming Market in Russell Square, London.

This is a haven for those seeking the unusual, rare or elusive, the Game Markets bring together dozens of the nation’s retailers and traders, providing an unmissable day out for lovers of video games, board games, memorabilia and merchandise.

Returning for its triumphant fourth year, the Video Game Market is the UK’s largest market-style event, presenting visitors with over 180 tables heaving with collectibles, retro-gaming and much more besides, from more than 70 independent retailers.

Taking place on 25th February at the Doncaster Dome Leisure Centre, the event is expecting over 3000 enthusiasts and with entry capped at just £2 (With under 16’s free!), the Video Game Market is the idea day out for gamers of all ages.

London gamers have their own event to flock to, with the London Gaming Market returning for its third year on 2nd April at the Royal National Hotel, Russell Square. Set for its biggest show yet, over 2000 visitors are due to ascend on the nation’s capital and for just £2 entry fee (Under 16’s free!), gamers are guaranteed to be greeted with enormous variety, catering not only for video games, but also supporting table-top gaming enthusiasts with a jaw-dropping selection of traders and rare merchandise available.

“Our gaming markets continue to prove enormously popular with gamers of all ages and we’re delighted to be returning for our third and fourth year with these two key events,” said Andy Brown, Director for Replay Events. “Gaming and collecting is a great way to socialise, and our shows have an infectious community feel that simply can’t be replicated in any other environment. Unlike buying online, the Gaming Markets offer the idea opportunity to get hands on with the rare, weird and wonderful and we’re expecting record attendance figures as news spreads amongst the passionate collecting community.”

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