Dave & Buster's scrapped efforts to sell itself for more than $1 billion earlier this year. Reuters reported in June that the company has revived plans for an IPO after negotiations on an outright sale did not lead to a deal.
Poor market conditions led Dave & Buster's to abort plans to go public in 2012.
Oak Hill Capital Partners bought the company, founded in 1982, for $570 million in May 2010.
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Dave & Buster's, offer sports-oriented entertainment as well as video and simulation games along with food and beverages at 69 venues it owns and operates.
Its revenue increased about 4.5 pct to $635.6 million for the year ended Feb. 2 from a year ago, but net income dropped to $2.2 million from $8.8 million.