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Devereux, L., Raggiotto, F., Scarpi, D. and Moretti, A. (2021). Promoting Within Sport: An Exploration of Creativity in Traditional, Extreme and Esports Contexts. In: Pantano, E. (Ed.), Creativity and Marketing: The Fuel for Success (pp. 19-32).…

Ma, S.-C., Byon, K. K., Jang, W., Ma, S.-M., & Huang, T.-N. (2021). Esports Spectating Motives and Streaming Consumption: Moderating Effect of Game Genres and Live-Streaming Types. Sustainability, 13, 4164.

Kim, J., & Kim. M. (2020). Spectator E-sport and Well-being through Live Streaming Services. Technology in Society, 63.

Ahn, J., Collis, W., & Jenny, S. (2020). The One Billion Dollar Myth: Methods for Sizing the Massively Undervalued Esports Revenue Landscape. International Journal of Esports, 1(1). Retrieved from https://ijesports.org/article/15/html

Jang, W. W., Byon, K. K., Baker, T. A., & Tsuji, Y. (2020). Mediating Effect of Esports Content Live Streaming in the Relationship Between Esports Recreational Gameplay and Esports Event Broadcast, Sport, Business and Management, published online…

Giertz, J., Weiger, W. H., Törhönen, M., & Hamari, J. (2020). Understanding the What and How of Successful Social Live Streaming. Proceedings of the 4th International GamiFIN Conference 2020, 167-176.

Kordyaka, B., Kruse, B., Jahn, K., & Niehaves, B. (2020). Why am I Watching? Capturing the Interplay of Social and Technological Aspects of Online Live Streaming. Proceedings of the 4th International GamiFIN Conference 2020, 199-209.

Partin, W. C. (2020). Bit by (Twitch) Bit: “Platform Capture” and the Evolution of Digital Platforms. Social Media + Society, 6(3). 1-12

Rodrigues, E., & Filgueiras, E. (2020). eSports: How Do Video Game Aspects Define Competitive Gaming Streams
and Spectatorship, International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction.

Yang, Y. (2020). Influences on Livestreaming Usage in China: Contents, Motivations, and Engagements.

Svelch, J. (2019). Mediatization of a Card Game: Magic: The Gathering, eSports, and Streaming. Media, Culture & Society, 1-19.

Sjöblom, M., & Hamari, J. (2016). Why do People Watch Others Play Video Games? An Empirical Study on the Motivations of Twitch Users. Computers in Human Behavior, 75, 985-996.

Scully-Blaker, R. (2016). On Becoming “Like eSports” Twitch as a Platform for the Speedrunning Community. DiGRA/FDG ’16 – Abstract Proceedings of the First International Joint Conference of DiGRA and FDG.

Matsui, A., Sapienza, A., & Ferrera, E. (2020). Does Streaming Esports Affect Players’ Behavior and Performance. Games and Culture, 15(1), 9-31.

Kelly, S. M., & Sigmon, K. A. (2018). The Key to Key Presses: eSports Game Input Streaming and Copyright Protection. Interact Entertain Law Review, 1(1), 2–16.

Karhulahti, V.-M. (2016). Prank, Troll, Gross and Gore: Performance Issues in Esport Live-Streaming. In Proceedings of the First International Joint Conference of DiGRA and FDG, 1–5 August 2016. Dundee, Scotland: Digital Games Research Association…

Woodcock, J., & Johnson, M. R. (2019). The Affective Labor and Performance of Live Streaming on Twitch.tv. Television & New Media, 20(8), 813-823.

Wohn. D. Y., & Freeman, G. (2020). Live Streaming, Playing, and Money Spending Behaviors in eSports. Games and Culture, 15(1). 73-88.

Witkowski, E., & Manning, J. (2019). Player Power: Networked Careers in eSports and High Performance Game Livestreaming Practices. Convergence The International Journal of Research into New Media Technologies, 1–17.

Recktenwald, D., & Yiwei, D. (2016). Lagging behind Twitch or on its Own Path: Pressure and Perks on Domestic Online Live Streaming in China. In Proceedings of 3rd Annual Chinese DIGRA Conference.

Taylor, T. L. (2018). Watch Me Play: Twitch and the Rise of Game Live Streaming. Princeton: Princeton University Press.

Postel, C. (2016). Let’s Play: YouTube and Twitch’s Video Game Footage and a New Approach to Fair Use. Hastings Law Journal, 68, 1169.

Johnson, M. R., & Woodcock, J. (2019). ‘It’s like the Gold Rush‘: The Lives and Careers of Professional Video Game Streamers on Twitch.tv. Information, Communication and Society, 22(3), 336-351.

Johnson, M. R., & Woodcock, J. (2017). Fighting Games and Go: Exploring the Aesthetics of Play in Professional Gaming. Thesis 11, 138(1), 26–45.

Hilvert-Bruce, Z., Neil, J. T., Sjoblom, M., & Hamari, J. (2018). Social Motivations of Live-streaming Viewer Engagement on Twitch. Computers in Human Behavior, 84, 58-67.

Hamilton, W., Garretson, O., & Kerne, A. (2014). Streaming on Twitch: Fostering Participatory Communities of Play within Live Mixed Media. Paper Presented at CHI 2014, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

Hamari, J., & Sjoeblom, M. (2016). What is eSports and Why do People Watch it? Internet Research, 27(2), 211-232.

Gerber, H. R. (2017). Esports and Streaming: Twitch Literacies. Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy, 61(3), 343-345.

Gandolfi, E. (2016). To Watch or to Play, it is in the Game. The Game Culture on Twitch. Tv Among Performers, Plays and Audiences. Journal of Gaming & Virtual Worlds, 8(1), 63-82.

Burroughs, B., & Rama, P. (2015). The eSports Trojan Horse: Twitch and Streaming Futures. Journal For Virtual Worlds Research, 8(2).

Brewer, J., Romine, M., & Taylor, T. L. (2020). Inclusion at Scale: Deploying a Community-Driven Moderation Intervention on Twitch. In DIS2020, July 06-10, Eindhoven, Netherlands.

Besombes, N. (2015). Du streaming au mainstreaming : mécanismes de médiatisation du sport électronique. In Obœuf, A. (Ed.), Sport et médias, Essentiels d’Hermès, Paris : CNRS éditions, 179-189.

American Journal of Play. (2020). The Rise of Massive Multiplayer Online Games, Esports, and Game Live Streaming. An Interview with T. L. Taylor. American Journal of Play, 12(2), 107-116.
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