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Using data gathered through our participant observation and informal interviews at DreamHack Winter 2005 and 2009 we explore a number of themes that not only provide insight into aspects of face-to-face real-time play at LAN parties but also highlight considerations for game studies more generally. In particular, we focus on the heterogeneity of play and experience, the role of spectatorship in computer gaming, the public performance of leisure and gamer identity, and the growing presence ofdoi:10.1145/1822348.1822374 dblp:conf/fdg/TaylorW10 fatcat:s7kikzn5mbcfjpqaqbghh654aa