Equilibria in Repeated Games with Countably Many Players and Tail-Measurable Payoffs

Galit Ashkenazi-Golan, Janos Flesch, Arkadi Predtetchinski, Eilon Solan

We prove that every repeated game with countably many players, finite action sets, and tail-measurable payoffs admits an $\epsilon$-equilibrium, for every $\epsilon > 0$.

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