I am going to explain something to you, and give you a little business education.
First off, GME total liabilities are approximately 2.5 billion dollars. Of that, 2.3 billion are current liabilities. Current essentially means short term. I borrow $10 to buy an item today, payable in 30 days. Tomorrow I sell the item for $13. I have $13. I have a liability of $10 that I must pay in 30 days. I will not pay it now, because I have use of all $13 for the rest of the 30 days. But the $10 is a current liability.
GME has over $2.4 billion in current assets. The last I checked, over $2.4 billion is greater than $2.3 billion. Also, their total assets are $5.4 billion and their stockholder equity is almost $3 billion. GME is quite solvent. However this could change if they do not adapt to a changing business environment. It appears that they are adapting.
BZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ!!! Your "evidence" is rejected. Try again if and when you learn something about business, other than being a short-seller.
i'm glad ur defending a company with 2.25billion in liabilities. in order to pay this off, they need to sell most of their assets, cuz thu rest of their income goes to paying the big dogz' salaries. last i checked, they needed assets to survive. thanx 4 thu free education.