Le SuperClub Vidéotron
|Headquarters||Saint-Léonard, Quebec, Canada|
|Website||Le SuperClub Vidéotron|
Le SuperClub Vidéotron Ltée, which includes the Jumbo Video and Microplay chains, is the largest remaining video store chain operator in Canada, with operations concentrated in Quebec. It is owned by Quebecor Media Inc. Since the closure of Blockbuster Canada in 2011 and Rogers' video rental operations in 2012, it has been Canada's largest video retailer, with 119 SuperClub locations, 17 Jumbo Video locations, and 10 standalone Microplay stores.
As of August 2005 the chain operated more than 185 locations through Quebec under the SuperClub brand. They also have locations in Edmundston, New Brunswick, and Rockland, Ontario. They had also opened locations in Moncton and Fredericton. Those stores were eventually bought out by Rogers and converted into Rogers Video stores.
In 2004, SuperClub took over the Jumbo Video and Microplay franchises. Jumbo Video operates 17 video rental locations nationwide, while Microplay focuses primarily on video games, but also rents and sells movies. The Microplay name has recently appeared on a number of in-store boutiques at SuperClub locations throughout Quebec. In 2006, most Rogers Video stores in Quebec were closed or converted to Le SuperClub Vidéotron. There are currently 69 Microplay locations and the vast majority of them are co-located with SuperClub locations in Quebec.
Their Location in Square One Shopping Centre was recently closed down along with many other stores, including Cavendish Mall in Côte Saint-Luc as well as Kirkland, Quebec, Dollard-des-Ormeaux, Beaconsfield, Quebec as well as in Montreal's Pierrefonds-Roxboro borough. They also closed their location in Hawkesbury, Ontario.
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