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E3 gaming expo

The Fortnite booth is shown at E3, the world's largest video game industry convention in Los Angeles, California, June 12, 2018. REUTERS/Mike Blake

The Fortnite booth is shown at E3, the world's largest video game industry convention in Los Angeles, California, June 12, 2018. REUTERS/Mike Blake

The Fortnite booth is shown at E3, the world's largest video game industry convention in Los Angeles, California, June 12, 2018. REUTERS/Mike Blake
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An attendee poses for a picture with a zombie at E3. REUTERS/Mike Blake

An attendee poses for a picture with a zombie at E3. REUTERS/Mike Blake

An attendee poses for a picture with a zombie at E3. REUTERS/Mike Blake
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Attendees play video games at E3. REUTERS/Mike Blake

Attendees play video games at E3. REUTERS/Mike Blake

Attendees play video games at E3. REUTERS/Mike Blake
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An attendee dresses as a character from the game Fortnite at E3. REUTERS/Mike Blake

An attendee dresses as a character from the game Fortnite at E3. REUTERS/Mike Blake

An attendee dresses as a character from the game Fortnite at E3. REUTERS/Mike Blake
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Attendees Rosalia Rohwer and Jennifer Salenger dress up as characters from the game "Just Dance" at E3. REUTERS/Mike Blake

Attendees Rosalia Rohwer and Jennifer Salenger dress up as characters from the game "Just Dance" at E3. REUTERS/Mike Blake

Attendees Rosalia Rohwer and Jennifer Salenger dress up as characters from the game "Just Dance" at E3. REUTERS/Mike Blake
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Attendees look at their phones as they wait in line to check out new gaming software at E3. REUTERS/Mike Blake

Attendees look at their phones as they wait in line to check out new gaming software at E3. REUTERS/Mike Blake

Attendees look at their phones as they wait in line to check out new gaming software at E3. REUTERS/Mike Blake
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Attendee Paula Sar rides a display at E3. REUTERS/Mike Blake

Attendee Paula Sar rides a display at E3. REUTERS/Mike Blake

Attendee Paula Sar rides a display at E3. REUTERS/Mike Blake
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A woman plays a VR game at E3. REUTERS/Mike Blake

A woman plays a VR game at E3. REUTERS/Mike Blake

A woman plays a VR game at E3. REUTERS/Mike Blake
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An attendee dresses as a character from the game Fortnite at E3. REUTERS/Mike Blake

An attendee dresses as a character from the game Fortnite at E3. REUTERS/Mike Blake

An attendee dresses as a character from the game Fortnite at E3. REUTERS/Mike Blake
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An attendee poses for a picture with zombies at E3. REUTERS/Mike Blake

An attendee poses for a picture with zombies at E3. REUTERS/Mike Blake

An attendee poses for a picture with zombies at E3. REUTERS/Mike Blake
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The facebook gaming booth is shown at E3. REUTERS/Mike Blake

The facebook gaming booth is shown at E3. REUTERS/Mike Blake

The facebook gaming booth is shown at E3. REUTERS/Mike Blake
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An attendee dresses as a character from the game Fortnite at E3. REUTERS/Mike Blake

An attendee dresses as a character from the game Fortnite at E3. REUTERS/Mike Blake

An attendee dresses as a character from the game Fortnite at E3. REUTERS/Mike Blake
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Attendees walk the floor at E3. REUTERS/Mike Blake

Attendees walk the floor at E3. REUTERS/Mike Blake

Attendees walk the floor at E3. REUTERS/Mike Blake
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Attendees play on a Spiderman display at E3. REUTERS/Mike Blake

Attendees play on a Spiderman display at E3. REUTERS/Mike Blake

Attendees play on a Spiderman display at E3. REUTERS/Mike Blake
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A new VR headset is shown on display at E3. REUTERS/Mike Blake

A new VR headset is shown on display at E3. REUTERS/Mike Blake

A new VR headset is shown on display at E3. REUTERS/Mike Blake
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A display in front of "The Walking Dead" booth is shown at E3. REUTERS/Mike Blake

A display in front of "The Walking Dead" booth is shown at E3. REUTERS/Mike Blake

A display in front of "The Walking Dead" booth is shown at E3. REUTERS/Mike Blake
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Attendees walk the floor at E3. REUTERS/Mike Blake

Attendees walk the floor at E3. REUTERS/Mike Blake

Attendees walk the floor at E3. REUTERS/Mike Blake
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Attendees play video games at E3. REUTERS/Mike Blake

Attendees play video games at E3. REUTERS/Mike Blake

Attendees play video games at E3. REUTERS/Mike Blake
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An attendee plays a video game at E3. REUTERS/Mike Blake

An attendee plays a video game at E3. REUTERS/Mike Blake

An attendee plays a video game at E3. REUTERS/Mike Blake
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Attendees play video games at E3. REUTERS/Mike Blake

Attendees play video games at E3. REUTERS/Mike Blake

Attendees play video games at E3. REUTERS/Mike Blake
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