Tag: gamers

Ergin Bulut on his book, A Precarious Game

| , September 5th, 2022

Interview by Xiao Xe https://www.cornellpress.cornell.edu/book/9781501746536/a-precarious-game/ Xiao Ke: It was a great pleasure to read about such a fun topic, executed in a rigorous way, …

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The Server Souvenir: Taking Home Remnants of Virtual Worlds

Evan Conaway , December 10th, 2019

“It’s amazing to think those little circuits that we can carry around were an entire world to us.” –Diana*, interviewee “We might say that this capacity of objects…


League of Legends: rituality, interactions and events

Gabriel Santiago Jurado Gonzalez , May 29th, 2019

In a previous blog post, we mentioned the subcultures originated around the consumption of a particular product or brand. We also mentioned how some events or activities can…

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Do We Inherit Abandoned Game Worlds?

Evan Conaway , November 27th, 2018

When you’re playing an online game and it gets shut down, typically a message flashes on the screen that says something like: “You have been disconnected from the…