A TIKTOKER reveals some of the questions she’s asked as a female clerk at a GameStop store.
TikToker @ikissedsafiree said many buyers are surprised that she works there and knows a lot about video games.
Her TikTok was tuned to the viral sound “Miami, My Amy” by Keith Whitley.
The video begins with the caption “Being a girl and working at GameStop”.
It then goes through a series of questions she was asked at work.
Text above a photo of a man reads, “When did you start working here? What’s your gamer tag?”
Other questions were: “Are you sure you know what you are talking about?”
“Do you have GTA-5?”
Other TikTokers commented and shared similar experiences from their time at GameStop.
“Worked for GS for 9 years,” commented @thejetttt.
“Was an ASM. Can confirm that the female staff were treated that way. I usually jumped in when I could.”
Another TikToker, @nes.ttv, has also documented her experience as a female video game store clerk.
Some commenters on TikTok were actually surprised that the comments weren’t very offensive.
“This is far less sexist than I thought,” wrote one user.
Others supported @ikissedsafiree and wrote: “You are not alone.”
“OMG I swear I saw all these comments just browsing GameStop you guys really need a raise,” said another commenter.
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https://www.the-sun.com/tech/5284598/gamestop-employee-tiktok-questions-gaming/ I work for GameStop – guys keep asking me the same questions and it makes me cringe