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A new survey of American teenagers reveals they are turning more and more to electronic stores for their own games. Gone is the era of kids forking cash over countertops they are increasingly turning into their parents’ credit cards at the Epic Games Store. The poll comes from Piper Jaffray’s annual Taking Stock With Teens survey, where 8,000 teens detailed their spending habits and their online lives, such as which brands they prefer, what societal media they’re very likely to turn to, also, of course, where and how they buy their own video games. One of the teenage boys that reacted, Piper Jaffray discovered …