ANOTHER Clyde Shopping Centre store is to close as retailers continue to feel the pressure.

Games Centre Limited announced they are going into liquidation with the lost of 39 jobs across their eight branches in Scotland.

The news comes just 24 hours after Poundworld was revealed to be facing going into administration.

In the past two years, the shopping centre has lost BHS, Dunnes and Ryman.

Nearby, Lidl has confirmed it will leave its current Clydebank location and is looking for a larger space while Furniture Mountain closed at Christmas.

In the past year, Nando's and Matzaluna have opened at the shopping centre complex and the former Play Drome site is still earmarked for retail development.

Games Centre has been trading as a partnership since 1996 and as a limited company since 2003, selling pre-owned and new video games an consoles from Clydebank. There were also outlets in Kilmarnock, Hamilton, Paisley, Irvine, Ayr, Dumfries and Airdrie.

In a statement, the business said: "Unfortunately, the business suffered from a fall in high street footfall and increased online competition as well as changes in the sector with the move to digital games streaming, all of which led to decreasing profits, cashflow issues and ultimately made it unviable.

"On May 29, Begbies Trayor was appointed to oversee the liquidation of the company which immediately ceased trading with all 39 staff being made redundant."

Thomas Mckay of Begbies Traynor said: “Despite more than 15 years of trading, the Game Centre chain suffered from changes to the sector with the move to digital streaming and has become the latest high street casualty as retail continues to struggle in the face of fierce online competition.

"Unfortunately, the business was simply no longer viable and the directors reluctantly made the decision to place it into liquidation.”