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Asian game developers to showcase 5G experience in Tokyo

This year's Tokyo Game Show is expected to be its biggest yet

Gamers play PlayerUnknown's Battleground at PUBG Corporation's booth during last year's Tokyo Game Show (Photo by Kei Higuchi).

TOKYO -- Japan's biggest game event will kick off this Thursday, with developers and publishers from around the world gathering in Makuhari Messe, a convention hall just outside Tokyo.

With close to 700 exhibitors, the Tokyo Game Show 2019 is expected to be bigger than ever and will showcase an array of content, including games that use cutting edge technology including 5G, artificial intelligence and blockchain.

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