Computer game retailer strives to present a consistent brand across expanding European estate
Computer games retailer Game has strengthened its property team with two appointments. Emma Hobbs has joined as head of UK acquisitions and strategy. She joins from Burger King where she was senior development manager responsible for company and franchisee restaurants.

Mark Tuley has been appointed head of design, construction and facilities. He will oversee the facilities for the retailer's UK retail and distribution sites and co-ordinate its overseas property teams to ensure a consistent brand image across the estate. Tuley was previously head of facilities management at Selfridges.

Both appointees will report to group property director Nick Martel.

Game has over 570 stores across Europe.