Video game retailer, GameStop saw great a great end to 2017 with a 10.6% growth in its 9-week holiday sales compared to 2016. Attributing the sales increase to primarily the Nintendo Switch and Microsoft’s Xbox One X, GameStop’s interim CEO, Dan DeMatteo said:
Something weird happened on GameStop’s Twitter account today.
GameStop has just reported a fantastic third quarter mostly due to the sustained momentum of the Nintendo Switch. As they celebrate their growing profits, GameStop Chief Financial Officer, Rob Llyod thinks that the Switch’s shortage will likely persist through the holiday season as the demand greatly outpaces the supply Nintendo is able to provide.
Pokemon trainers living in the US can now receive a Marshadow code at participating GameStop stores to redeem in Pokemon Sun and Moon.
Couldn’t find a SNES Classic Edition in your area? Don’t worry, cause GameStop and Think Geek will be getting more in the future!
It seems GameStop has been feeling a little generous with their employees lately.
Due to the low supply of Nintendo Switches and SNES Classic Editions going around, retailers such as GameStop have been taking the opportunity to bundle these hot items together with things customers may not want to buy.
We all know the Nintendo Switch has been selling like hotcakes worldwide. The largest video game retailer in North America, GameStop, has went out to suggest that it’s selling even better than Wii.
GameStop, the biggest video games retailer in North America, reveals how high demand is for the SNES Classic Edition.