While GameStop is significantly cheaper today, the company doesn't have as promising a future as Activision Blizzard. If you fast-forward a few years, you'll see that the market for GameStop's high-margin used games is likely to dry up, while Activision's high-margin recurring revenue memberships will keep on ticking.
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