While GameStop remains the largest video games retailer in the world, and a proven partner that drives exceptional awareness and purchases of new titles and hardware, as you may know, the pre-owned market accounts for a considerable portion of the company’s business and can provide consumers with significant value and purchasing power.
These materials off a behind-the-scenes look at GameStop’s state-of-the-art technology refurbishment center in Grapevine, Texas -- the epicenter of the company’s success in the pre-owned space, and a key differentiator, especially as GameStop continues to evolve to best meet consumer demand.
GameStop is a primary driver of the pre-owned gaming merchandise space, and this 182,000 square foot proprietary facility has enabled the company to continuously refine its buy/sell/trade business model. Through this model, GameStop expects to put an estimated $1.8 billion of currency back into consumers’ pockets as they begin to trade existing consoles toward forthcoming gen 4 systems and related titles.
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