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video gaming

n.
1. Gambling by means of interactive games of chance played on a video screen.
2. The playing of video games.
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The one-hour special, hosted by Quddus and produced by Juma Entertainment, tells the compelling personal stories of five rising stars of the competitive video gaming world.
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Although the domestic video game software market will likely remain attractive, developing countries like China are seeing huge growth in video gaming as consumers in these regions become wealthier.