At first glance, Walmart’s entrance into the market for refurbishing and selling used video games may appear to pose a significant threat to GameStop, whose pre-owned game sales clear substantial gross profit margins for the company. But several analysts who follow GameStop predict that the retailer will continue to enjoy the upper hand despite the new competition.
Walmart launched its program in 3,100 stores on March 26, accepting thousands of games for Microso
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