Gas fees are like transaction fees on the Ethereum blockchain. When you make transactions, such as transferring crypto to another wallet or purchasing an NFT, you'll need enough ETH in your wallet for the initial transaction and the associated gas fees.
Gas fees on the Ethereum blockchain mainnet, also known as Layer 1, are known to be high during times of high network congestion. These fees can range from $10 to $1000+ depending on the transaction and all the others with which it is competing in the network.
Gas fees are the reason Layer 2 solutions such as Loopring have been popular, as they were built with the specific intent to bundle large numbers of transactions and reduce gas fees by several magnitudes.
GameStop does not control gas fees, and we do not collect gas fees. The price of gas is determined by the layer of Ethereum network you are using.