That’s extreme. That doesn’t mean anything
If anything it means they’re making more money on used sales. So how does more money = not doing well
They have a whole market cornered. It’s delusional to think they will go away anytime soon. Heck they were ahead of other retailers in adding toys and collectibles which is a smart business move to adapt to a changing market
What market? The trade market? Because that’s what gives GameStop its identity. With trash values no one wants to trade, which makes GameStop no different than any other storefront. In Which Amazon and Walmart do it better.
You are saying they are making more money, I’m saying they NEED more money to stay afloat.
Values dropped on the day of the release of Red Dead 2. Trade values plummet while, prices remain the same. None of this is just a coincidence. This was a calculated move, for extra funds.
Elite Pro being axed because they were losing money, shoddy website coding with glitches galore losing them money. Executives leaving left and right.
I don’t know how you think any of the above translates to GameStop doing “good” by any means