The US retail giant said that it was focusing its efforts on its online business within the UK, seemingly eliminating the possibility of any future high-street presence, reports MCV.
"Having closed all of our UK stores, we are focused entirely on competing digitally in the UK," GameStop's Mike Mauler told investors.
Refusing to directly comment on GAME, Mauler did, however, say that GameStop "will continue to evaluate the market and opportunities".
GameStop has previously been linked with a buyout of GAME's international operations, while Comet owners OpCapita were thought to have the money in place to repay GAME Group's debts and a management group in place to restructure the business.
Earlier this week, the GAME Group filed for administration following the firm's delisting from the London Stock Exchange.
Closing its chain of GameStation stores is said to be one of the main avenues GAME Group is exploring to save the retailer.
The high street retailer's shares plummeted by 90% in 2011, despite £1 billion in annual turnover.
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