GameStopThe wind of change continues to blow into the house GameStop, with the company that announced the imminent resignation of CEO, George Sherman.

The manager will officially leave the place il 31 July this year or even earlier, should the company find a replacement by that date. GameStop is now looking for a figure that he has “The right skills to face the changes required by the current business”.

"I am proud of what I have achieved in GameStop over the past two years, including the difficult period due to the Covid-19 pandemic" Sherman said, “It has been a privilege to lead such dedicated and talented individuals, who collectively possess a tremendous passion for the gaming industry. We have helped bring strength and stability to the business, including reducing our stores, lowering costs and debts and driving the growth of e-commerce ”.

After a very difficult period, the US company is still engaged in one major commercial reorganization, which also passes through a similar change at the top, in search of an answer to a market that has profoundly changed over the last few years.

Not surprisingly, in addition to the aforementioned expansion of its e-commerce sector, GameStop seems intent on a very significant opening to the PC market, With the 'dedicated hardware which in the future will be available at the stores of the chain.