Boss Rush Banter: Should Retailers Have Exclusive Rights to Sell a Gaming Product?

As gamers, we have plenty of options when it comes to where we purchase games; we have retail stores such as GameStop, the Microsoft Store, Walmart, Target, Best Buy, and even buying games online at Amazon. Now that online shopping has become bigger, it’s much more convenient for gamers around the world to get a hold of gaming products.

Mom and Pop stores are having a difficult time acquiring shipments of these items. Some may wonder why they can’t sell official gaming products? Some sellers may ask: Is it fair for retailers to have exclusive rights to sell a gaming product?

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To answer this, we have to look at how merchandise is sold. As a person who has sold gaming products for Toys “R” Us, I know that there are rules and money involved. Companies pay for space to sell their products in a retail store. They send merchandise and…

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