Not yet. I'd wait until the earnings here in a few weeks. The mood among investors is pretty down after the ended search for a buyer, we'll need to see Gamestop's response and how it shakes out.
If it stays the same afterwards or lower, I'd go for it. It's not going to stay down this low, especially with a nearly 15% dividend yield.
Investors and those financial firms are idiots mostly, and run with whatever spooks them. They think Fortnite will eat into everything else (like RDR2), when those two really don't overlap. They hear any new game has a new BR mode, they'll invest it in thinking it's instant money. But we know that's not how it works. They're clueless.
Digital games has always been the major headwind for GME, and that's all they are aware of. The hear about Stadia and try to put two and two together. But we have yet to even see how Stadia performs, or if it even takes off. They are just spooked easily; it's the nature of the biz.