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'Governmental restraints' force GameStop to close Puerto Rican stores

"GameStop will be exiting the Puerto Rican market by the end of March 2016. Until that time, we will continue to conduct normal business operations."

Newsbrief: Video game retailer GameStop will close all of its stores on the island of Puerto Rico, an unincorporated U.S. territory with a population of roughly 3.4 million.

Speaking to GameSpot, a company rep explained the island's 35 stores will be shut down by the end of March as a result of "ongoing business challenges and increased governmental restraints."

"Until that time, we will continue to conduct normal business operations," added the rep.

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