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Ruberg, B. (2021). “Obscene, pornographic, or otherwise objectionable”: Biased definitions of sexual content in video game live streaming. New media & society, 23(6), 1681-1699.

Groen, M. (2016). (Un)Doing Gender? Female Tournaments in the E-Sports Scene. International Journal of Gaming and Computer-Mediated Simulations (IJGCMS), 8(4), 2537.

Fisher, J., & Foust, J. (2022). #GirlGamers, Soldiers, and Public Relations: Analyzing Gender Representation in U.S. Army Esports. Journal of Communication.

Gray, K. L. (2013). Collective Organizing, Individual Resistance, or Asshole Griefers? An Ethnographic Analysis of Women of Color in Xbox Live. Ada: A Journal of Gender, New Media, and Technology, 2.

Kuznekoff, J. H. & Rose, L. M. (2013). Communication in Multiplayer Gaming: Examining Player Responses to Gender Cues. New Media & Society, 15(4), 541-556.

Crawford, G. (2005). Digital Gaming, Sport, and Gender. Leisure Studies, 24(3), 259–270.

Groen, M. (2020). Digital Governmentality: Toxicity in Gaming Streams. In Games and Ethics (pp. 97-111). Springer VS, Wiesbaden.

Witkowski, E. (2018). Doing/Undoing Gender with the Girl Gamer in High-Performance Play. Feminism in Play, 185-203.

Hwang, Y., Watanabe, N. M., & Nagel, M. (2022). Effects of in-game brand congruity on esports consumers' implicit and explicit memory. International Journal of Sports Marketing and Sponsorship, (ahead-of-print).

Maric, J. (2011). Electronic Sport: How Pro-Gaming Negotiates Territorial Belonging and Gender. Platform: Journal of Media and Communication, ECREA Special Issue, 6–23.

Kruthika, N. S. (2020). Esports and its Reinforcement of Gender Divides. Marquette Sports Law Review, 30(2), 347-369.

Groen, M. (2013). Exclusion and Inclusion of Women in E-sport and the Example of StarCraft: Wings of Liberty. In K. Mitgutsch, S. Huber, J. Wimmer, M. Wagner & H. Rosenstingl (Eds.), Context Matters (pp. 235–240). Vienna: New Academic Press.

Hwang, J., & Kim, J. (2022). Exploring College Students’ Perceptions of Esports and Esports Academic Programs. Sport Management Education Journal, 1(aop), 1-11.

Hayday, E. J., & Collison, H. (2020). Exploring the Contested Notion of Social Inclusion and Gender Inclusivity within eSport Spaces. Social Inclusion, 8(3), 197-208.

Streubel, A. (2010). Female Teams im eSport: Re-Konstruktion der Kategorie Geschlecht.

Qian, T. Y., Matz, R., Luo, L., & Xu, C. (2022). Gamification for value creation and viewer engagement in gamified livestreaming services: The moderating role of gender in esports. Journal of Business Research, 145, 482-494.

Jansz, J., & Martens, L. (2005). Gaming at a LAN Event: The Social Context of Playing Video Games. New Media & Society, 7, 333–355.

Hohlfeld, L. (2022). Gaming Communities.

Toft-Nielsen, C. (2016). Gaming Expertise Doing Gender and Maintaining Social Relationships in the Context of Gamers’ Daily Lives. Nordicom Review, 37, 71-83.

Cote, A. C. (2020). Gaming Sexism: Gender and Identity in the Era of Casual Video Games. New York: NYU Press.

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Chen Christensen, N. (2006). Geeks at Play: Doing Masculinity in an Online Gaming Site. Reconstruction, 6.1 (Winter).

Todd, P. R., & Melancon, J. (2018). Gender and live-streaming: source credibility and motivation. Journal of Research in Interactive Marketing.

Taylor, N., & Stout, B. (2020). Gender and the Two-Tiered System of Collegiate Esports. Critical Studies in Media Communication, published online before print.

Friman, U., & Ruotsalainen, M. (2022). Gender and Toxic Meritocracy in Competitive Overwatch: Case “Ellie”. Modes of Esports Engagement in Overwatch, 135.

Todd, P. R., & Melancon, J. (2019). Gender differences in perceptions of trolling in livestream video broadcasting. Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking, 22(7), 472-476.

Zolides, A. (2021). Gender moderation and moderating gender: Sexual content policies in Twitch’s community guidelines. New Media & Society, 23(10), 2999-3015.

Nakandala, S., Ciampaglia, G., Su, N., & Ahn, Y. Y. (2017). Gendered conversation in a social game-streaming platform. In Proceedings of the International AAAI Conference on Web and Social Media (Vol. 11, No. 1, pp. 162-171).

Gao, G., Min, A. & Shih, P. C. (2017). Gendered Design Bias: Gender Differences of In-game Character Choice and Playing Style in League of Legends. In Proceedings of the 29th Australian Conference on Computer-Human Interaction (pp. 307-317), ACM.

Groen, M. (2018). Habitus in Cyberspace: Gendered Dynamics in e-Sports Culture. Proceedings of the Se­mi­nar on eS­ports, Exer­ga­ming, and Fan­ta­sy Lea­gues, University of Jyväskylä, Finland.

Borkowski, J. (2018). La femme dans l’esport : état des lieux de la mixité au travers du parcours des joueuses et joueurs compétitifs du jeu vidéo en France. Mémoire de Master 2 Sociologie. Université de Rennes.

Piggott, L., Tjønndal, A., & Hovden, J. (2022). Leadership and gender inclusion in esports organisations. In Social Issues in Esports (pp. 46-64). Routledge.

Zolides, A. (2015). Lipstick Bullets: Labour and Gender in Professional Gamer Self-Branding. Persona Studies, 1(2), 42-53.

Ruberg, B. B., & Lark, D. (2021). Livestreaming from the bedroom: Performing intimacy through domestic space on Twitch. Convergence, 27(3), 679-695.

Zhu, L. (2018). Masculinity’s New Battle Arena in International E-Sports: The Games Begin. In N. Taylor & G. Vorhees (Eds.), Masculinities in Play (pp. 229-247). New York, NY: Palgrave Macmillan.

Cullen, A. L., & Ruberg, B. (2019). Necklines and'naughty bits' constructing and regulating bodies in live streaming community guidelines. In Proceedings of the 14th International Conference on the Foundations of Digital Games (pp. 1-8).

Ruberg, B., Cullen, A. L., & Brewster, K. (2019). Nothing but a “titty streamer”: Legitimacy, labor, and the debate over women’s breasts in video game live streaming. Critical Studies in Media Communication, 36(5), 466-481.

Canossa, A., Witkowski, E., & Ozkaynak, D. (2015). Over-Lenient and Over-Aggressive Behaviors: Gender Play in League of Legends. Working Paper

Ruotsalainen, M. (2022). Overwatch esports and the (re) configurations of gender and nationality. JYU dissertations.

Apperley T. (2022) Overwatch to Oversnatch: The Mutually Reinforcing Gendered Power Relations of Pornography, Streaming, and Esports. In: Ruotsalainen M., Törhönen M., Karhulahti VM. (eds) Modes of Esports Engagement in Overwatch. Palgrave Macmillan,…

Taylor, N. T. (2011). Play Globally, Act Locally: The Standardization of Pro Halo 3 Gaming. International Journal of Gender, Science and Technology, 3(1).

Chihuailaf, L., Concha, R., i Türk, Y. (2022). Sexism and misogyny in sports. Revista Catalana de Pedagogia, 21, 21-35.

Assuncao, C. (2018). Sportification of Professional Gaming: A Study on Gender and Technology. Proceedings of the Se­mi­nar on eS­ports, Exer­ga­ming, and Fan­ta­sy Leagues, University of Jyväskylä, Finland.

Ratan, A. R., Taylor, N., Hogan, J., Hogan, T. M. L., & Williams, D. (2015). Stand by Your Man: An Examination of Gender Disparity in League of Legends. Games and Culture, 10(5), 438–462.

Freeman, G., & Wohn, D. Y. (2020). Streaming your identity: Navigating the presentation of gender and sexuality through live streaming. Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW), 29(6), 795-825.

Paaßen, B., Morgenroth, T., & Stratemeyer, M. (2017). What is a True Gamer? The Male Gamer Stereotype and the Marginalization of Women in Video Game Culture. Sex Roles, 76(7-8), 421-435.

Taylor, N. T. (2009). Where the Women are(n’t): Gender and a North American ‘Pro-gaming’ Scene. In B. Atkins, H. Kennedy, & T. Krzywinska (Eds.), Breaking New Ground: Innovation in Games, Play, Practice and Theory: Proceedings of the 2009 Digital…

Wolf, C., & Krämer, F. (2022). Women in Esports: A Qualitative Study on Shared Experiences of Women in the Esports Industry.

Ruvalcaba, O., Shulze, J., Kim, A., Berzenski, S. R., & Otten, M. P. (2018). Women’s Experiences in eSports: Gendered Differences in Peer and Spectator Feedback During Competitive Video Game Play. Journal of Sport and Social Issues, 42(4), 295–311.
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