What does GameStop stand for?

What does GameStop stand for?

Acronym Definition
GS Gamestop (video game store)
GS Gameshark
GS General Secretary (in colleges of India)
GS Gauss

Does GameStop have a logo?

The GameStop logo remained largely unchanged from 2000 until now. Now, the logo is back to its original black and red, but the exact colors used are different. The red letters are now a more subdued shade of red, and the black letters are in a lighter shade of black.

Why is GameStop called GameStop?


Logo since 2000
Formerly Babbage’s (1984–1999)
Parent NeoStar Retail Group (1994–1996) Babbage’s Etc. (1996–1999) Barnes & Noble (1999–2004)
Subsidiaries Babbage’s EB Games EB Games Australia Game Informer Geeknet Micromania-Zing Rhino Video Games ThinkGeek Zing Pop Culture Australia Zing Marketplace

When did GameStop change their logo?

On August 15, 2000, GameStop introduced a new logo with two colors separating the “Game” and “Stop”.

Who is GameStop?

GameStop is the world’s largest retailer of video games that operates in around 4,860 stores in the U.S., Europe, New Zealand, Canada, and Australia. First coming to life as Babbage’s in 1984, the company went through a series of mergers and acquisitions to itself being acquired by Barnes & Noble in 1999.

Why is GameStop so popular?

GameStop shares famously skyrocketed in January, driven when a band of mostly millennial traders on the Reddit message board WallStreetBets executed a short squeeze and a gamma squeeze, lifting the price from less than $20 at the beginning of the year to as high as $483 at its peak on Jan. 28.

When was GameStop founded?

1984, Dallas, TXGameStop / Founded

Who founded GameStop?

Gary M. Kusin
James McCurry

Who is CEO of GameStop?

Matt Furlong (Jun 21, 2021–)GameStop / CEO