Gaming and electronics retailer GameStop is the latest prominent brand to adopt Apple Pay.
On Tuesday, the company announced that customers can start using Apple Pay to make payments with a single touch.
GameStop is bringing Apple Pay to its more than 4,200 U.S. video game stores this month.
As Apple CEO Tim Cook confirmed Monday, Apple Pay is already available through more than 700,000 retail locations nationwide.
“We are excited to make it easier and more convenient for our customers to shop at GameStop,” said Jason Cochran, senior vice president of U.S. stores at GameStop. “Providing a positive, memorable customer experience is our top priority. Incorporating the latest in mobile technology, like Apple Pay, into our stores is another way we are offering customers options to help simplify their purchases.”
Apple Pay works with the iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus and the Apple Watch, which launches in April.