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What is "Epic play Advertisment" that pops up on my computer. Is it a virus?

what is "Epic play Advertisment"  that pops up on my computer.  Is it a virus?

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This virus installs itself as a browser ad on.  In your browser, go to tools, then Add-ons then disable the add on EPICPLAY

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