In the past few days, the buzz around GameStop, AMC, and Reddit has dominated the news cycle. One might’ve noticed several people online discussing investing in stocks and pondered, “What’s going on?”
Ja Rule took to Twitter to blast Robinhood for shutting down individual investors from buying up GameStop and other stocks, and he elaborated on his position via a new interview.
Back in 2019, GameStop announced that it was closing hundreds of stores nationwide as the need for a brick and mortar video game store started to dwindle. This week, the retail chain is experiencing a boom in stock value, and what makes this unique is that individual investors have somehow bent the market to their will.
Landing a PS5 is becoming one of the hardest missions gamers have ever encountered.
Times are hard, and money is an issue for a lot of people, BUT if you still want to get your hands on a PS5 or Xbox Series X, GameStop is here to help.
While the globe is reeling from the Coronavirus pandemic, numerous retailers, restaurants and businesses of all sizes have made the hard, but prudent decision to tell workers to stay home for their own safety. But not Gamestop.
Gamestop is serious trouble financially and to combat its money woes, the company announced it will be closing up to 200 stores around the world before the end of the year.
Well, that was fast. GameStop in a statement announced the resignation of CEO Michael Mauler for personal reasons—and he’s only been on the job for a few months.
November 5 is looking to be a major day for both video games and music since both Call Of Duty: Ghosts and Eminem’s Marshall Mathers LP 2, respectively, release on that same day. Gamers that pre-order the video game from Gamestop will be privy to a special edition of Em’s new LP that will feature […]
Did you get your hands on a copy of Call Of Duty: Black Ops 2 yesterday? Then you have a lot of company. Video game retailer GameStop reports that they sold over $1 million copies of the highly anticipated shooter during its midnight launch.