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

Tang, T., Kucek, J., & Toepfer, S. (2020). Active Within Structures: Predictors of Esports Gameplay and Spectatorship. Communication & Sport, 1-21.

Stahlke, S., Robb, J., & Mirza-Babei, P. (2018). The Fall of the Fourth Wall: Designing and Evaluating Interactive Spectator Experiences. International Journal of Gaming and Computer-Mediated Simulations, 10(1), 42-62.

Sjöblom, M., Hassan, L., Macey, J., Törhönen, M., & Hamari, J. (2018). Liking the Game: How Can Spectating Motivations Influence Social Media Usage at Live Esports Events? In Proceedings of the International Conference on Social Media & Society,…

Shaw, A. (2013). E-Sport Spectator Motivation. Master's Thesis. George Mason University, VA.

Schmidt, M., & Shreffler, M. (2015). Motivations for eSport Consumption: A Road Map for Traditional Sports Online Spectating. 2015 Sport Marketing Association Conference (SMA XIII).

Musabirov, I., Nulygin, D., Okopny, P., & Konstantinova, K. (2018). Between an Arena and a Sports Bar: Online Chats of Esports Spectators. ArXiv.

Tyrväinen, V. (2018). Influence of Esports Spectating on Customer Retention in Freemium Video Games. Master’s Thesis. Tampere University of Technology, Tampere.

Pizzo, A. D., Baker, B. J., Na, S., & Lee, M. A. (2018). eSport vs Sport: A Comparison of Spectator Motives. Sport Marketing Quarterly, 27(2), 108-123.

Jin, D. Y. (2020). Historiography of Korean Esports: Perspective on Spectatorship. International Journal of Communication, 14, 3727-3745.

Jalonen, H. (2019). The Value of E-Sports Is in the Eye of the Beholder, But Can E-Sports Operators Influence What the Spectators See? Advances in Applied Sociology, 9, 306-329.

Charleer, S., Gerling, K. ... Verbert, K. (2018). Real-Time Dashboards to Support eSports Spectating. CHI PLAY ’18 Proceedings of the 2018 Annual Symposium on Computer-Human Interaction in Play, 59–71

Carrillo-Vera, J. A. (2016). From Players to Viewers: the Construction of the Media Spectacle in the E-sports Context. Juego digital II: Anàlisi. Quaderns de Comunicació i Cultura, 55, 1-16.

Candela, J., & Jakee, K. (2018). Can ESports Unseat the Sports Industry? Some Preliminary Evidence from the United States. Choregia: Sport Management Journal, 14(2), 55-71.

Grubic, D., Smith-Ditizio, A. A., & Smith, A. D. (2017). ESports: A New Era of Spectator Games. Working Paper

Gommesen, N. (2012). The Affective Audience in Professional e-Sport: An Exploration of Spectators, and their Impact on Video Game Playing. Master’s thesis. IT University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen.

Gibbs, M., Carter, M., & Witkowski, E. (2017). Understanding Esports Spectatorship: Players, Fans, Recruits. In Selected Papers of #AoIR2017: The 18th Annual Conference of the Association of Internet Researchers Tartu, Estonia.

Georgen, C., Duncan, S. C., & Cook, L. (2015). From Lurking to Participatory Spectatorship: Understanding Affordances of the Dota 2 Noob Stream. In CSCL 2015 Proceedings (pp. 581–585).

Felczak, M. (2015). Narratives of Spectatorship: E-sports in Poland. In T. Bártek, J. Miškov & J. Švelch (Eds.), New Perspectives on Game Studies (pp. 109–124). Brno: Masaryk University.

Van Ditmarsch, J. (2013). Video Games as a Spectator Sport. How Electronic Sports Transforms Spectatorship. Master Thesis. Utrecht University.

Elam, J., & Taylor, N. (2020). Above the Action: The Cultural Politics of Watching Dota 2. Communication, Culture & Critique, 1-18.

Irwin, S. V., & Naweed, A. (2018). BM’ing, Throwing, Bug Exploiting, and Other Forms of (Un)Sportsmanlike Behavior in CS:GO Esports. Games and Culture, 15(4), 411-433.
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