Gamestop digital sales climb in Q2

Gamestop has reported its Q2 sales figures for the period ending July 28th, showing strong growth in the retailer’s digital sector.

The company posted a 27 per cent increase in the digital department, reaching $134m in revenue.

Gamestop’s ‘other’ category includes its digital business, and that particular area saw over a 40 per cent rise in sales to $330.8m during the period.

The retailer’s pre-owned side ended up outperforming sales of new products, despite a decrease of over 11 per cent year over year to $562.2m.

Mobile sales are on pace to hit the $150-$200m mark for the company’s fiscal year.

GameStop’s global sales for the period hit $1.55bn, down 11 per cent from the $1.74bn total from the same quarter a year prior.

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