The tablets are available now at 1,600 of their stores. Each device is pre-loaded with content including free games, the Kongregate Arcade app and a digital copy of Game Informer magazine.
The retailer will sell tablets from a variety of manufacturers, including Asus, Acer, Toshiba and Samsung. GameStop also sells refurbished models of Apple’s iPad.
The move is part of GameStop’s broader effort to expand beyond selling traditional video game devices and games. Earlier this year, the retail giant started selling used Apple products, including the iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch.