GameStop (GME) Wallet and NFT marketplace revenues were not material to Q3 2022 results
GameStop's 10-Q form reveals that its crypto business wasn't very impactful on its quarterly results.
GameStop (GME) recently shared its Q3 2022 earnings report to share with audiences and investors how it performed financially over the past period. In addition to its earnings report, GameStop also filed a 10-Q to the SEC for the previous quarter. This filing includes additional information not found in the actual earnings report, such as that GameStop Wallet and its NFT marketplace weren’t material to its quarterly results.
GameStop’s (GME) Q3 2022 10-Q filing to the SEC is available on the company’s investor relations site. It’s here that the retailer speaks to its GameStop Wallet and NFT marketplace.
It’s an interesting tidbit of information to say the least. GameStop has clearly invested a lot of its resources into planting its flag in the crypto and NFT world, but it doesn’t seem like that part of its business has yielded any major returns so far, not that that couldn’t change down the line. It’s also worth noting that during this quarter, GameStop announced its partnership with crypto exchange FTX, which went on to file for bankruptcy during Q4.
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