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Let Me Entertain You: Designing for Surveillance and Online Gaming
Conference of the Digital Games Research Association
Multi-player online gaming environments are designed with the intent of providing entertaining experiences to players that not only foster re-playability but also to cultivate an ongoing allegiance or loyalty to the game publishers'/developers' brand or various assets (e.g. Master Chief, Grand Theft Auto etc.). Design elements such as webcams, activity monitoring between players, and online presence cues make possible player practices within online game-based environments that, thoughdblp:conf/digra/DeversW09 fatcat:y3eius3umvfcvpdcba7d6no6bu