To do this, GameStop will have to ask shareholders at its next annual meeting to agree to increase the number of Class A shares from 300 million to 1 billion.
GameStop is trading at about $160 per share. At this current price, individual shares should cost about a third – or about $48 – after the split because GameStop is looking to multiply its number of shares by 3.33.
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