GameStop is looking into digital second-hand sales, according to CEO Paul Raines.
"It’s very interesting," said Raines. "There are some technologies out there in Europe, and we’ve looked at a couple that are involved.
“We’re interested; it’s not a meaningful business yet. Right now we’re not seeing that as a huge market, but I think we’re on the leading edge.
"There are a few companies, a few start-ups out there that we’ve talked to that are doing this."
Raines declined to identify those outfits.
"No, we wouldn’t want to disclose that and have our competitors rushing in."
Earlier this month, a European court ruled that digital titles could be resold.
In fiscal 2011, second-hand sales made up 27.4 percent of GameStop’s total revenues.