Gamersheek in soaring success with launch of sister-brand Urutora at Buchanan Galleries

Gamersheek in Buchanan Galleries

GLASGOW gaming giant Gamersheek has officially launched its sister brand, Urutora.

Operating exclusively online as an extension off the Gamersheek brand, Urutora is intended to provide a more valuable offering, supporting avid gaming fans to purchase memorabilia and collectables at the best possible prices. 

Urutora was unveiled at Gamersheek’s 8th year anniversary celebration at Buchanan Galleries. 

Since it’s conception in 2015, Gamersheek, has shown exponential growth. Famed for its niche offering and hard-to-find collectibles, as well as its extensive range of video games, apparel and gaming memorabilia, the retailer is the largest official partner store in the UK for Japanese toy manufacturer the Good Smile Company, making it the biggest supplier of the manufacturer’s popular Nendoroid figurines in the country.

Sean Lincoln, Founder and Managing Director of Gamersheek, said: “The success of the business in the last 8 years has meant that we have been able to expand our offering to our loyal customers.

“Gaming is our obsession, and it’s always been our aim to accommodate for fans and followers within every budget. The launch of Urutora is a true testament to the work the whole team has done to ensure the company goes from strength-to-strength by providing an immeasurable customer service and incomparable product offering for our customers. We look forward to introducing our new brand to our fan base.”

Kathy Murdoch, Centre Manager at Buchanan Galleries said, “As a shopping centre, we’re proud to nurture home-grown retailers such as Gamersheek, has been hugely popular amongst our visitors.

“Urutora will provide an increased offering for our guests, and we’re excited to see what they do next!”

Gamersheek and Urutora is located in Buchanan Galleries, on the first floor at Buchanan Galleries, close to John Lewis & Partners. For more information, visit

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