GameStop is sticking around for the Giants as they prepare to face the Jaguars on Sunday.
The company said Thursday it will keep its headquarters in Rockville, Md., but will be closed to the public until the end of the game.
“Our primary focus is ensuring our teams are prepared to compete on the field and in the classroom,” the company said in a statement.
“This includes making sure that we have the best equipment available to our coaches and players.
We also need to make sure our games are played with quality equipment that is accessible to all.
It is our goal to deliver these two goals to our customers.”
GameStop’s decision comes a day after the company told The Associated Press it would close stores in New York City and Chicago, which have seen high sales in the weeks since the Super Bowl.