Despite the surge in digital games being offered online, CEO Paul Raines remains adamant that it's business as usual at GameStop.
Power to the collectors — GameStop has opened its online "retro classics" store, featuring all kinds of vintage hits and consoles of yesteryear.
GameStop has started to notice all the dough indie video game stores were raking in with retro sales and has decided to reopen its market for classic consoles and titles.
GameStop's website and in-store registers were unable to handle the masses of people trying to score amiibo Wave 4 and its exclusive Ness figure this week.
GameStop's new sales reports indicate that current-gen console sales are growing and last-gen sales are dwindling at faster rates than they were expecting.
The holidays are finally wrapping up and with them, companies are looking at its earnings. We know one thing -- GameStop is disappointed.
GameStop is looking to further its customer relationships and it's going to be moving forward with Microsoft Azure.
If you've invested in GameStop stocks, you might want to check out the news. I'll give you a hint--it's not good.
GameStop locations in Philadelphia have taken to fingerprinting customers who trade in video games at the behest of local law enforcement.
GameStop will soon be following in the footsteps of Best Buy and other major retail chains by introducing their own line of credit cards.