GameStop stores will close in California where the governor of the state enacted a full lockdown policy, according to the video game retailer. The news arrives a day after GameStop told stores to remain open and should consider themselves “essential” businesses because of its supply of tech hardware like keyboards and webcams.
GameStop confirmed to IGN that stores in California have been closed to comply with the state’s full lockdown mandate (as reported by Kotaku). The order from Gov. Gavin Newsom requires all of the state’s residents to stay at home except for essential activities such as grocery shopping,