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BRITAIN-EU-BREXIT-GAMING

A employee from the British gaming company Payload Studios works next to a bonsai and a games consol controller on their desk, at their north London offices on January 17, 2019. - UK developers have been quietly churning out video games like the urban crime smash series for decades to great critical acclaim -- and commercial gain. But veterans such as Nick Button-Brown fear that Britain's planned March 29 split from the European Union could shatter an industry that attracts world talent and pushes technological boundaries. "The gaming industry is very vulnerable to Brexit," Button-Brown told AFP in the computer screen-filled office of a London startup called Payload Studios. (Photo by Daniel LEAL / AFP) (Photo by DANIEL LEAL/AFP via Getty Images)
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