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Staffordshire University

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Stoke-on-Trent

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The Diverging Game Mix

Once again, our theme playfully engages with that of DiGRA 2019, aiming to present a counter perspective to the work being discussed there. We may even get some sets of giant Ludo in!

Submit a Paper, Talk, Event or Idea

We welcome submissions that move beyond digital gaming, for example submissions relating to boardgames, LARP, pervasive games or other forms of analog gaming.

As with last year, we actively encourage early scholars and PhD candidates, and wish to programme our conference to provide a welcoming environment for newer voices as well as those more established.

Submissions should consider, but not be restricted to, the following topics in this light:

Revisiting Games as Inter/Multidisciplinary subject
Gaming as Media
Representation in Games
Licensed and Franchised Games
Playfulness and the Medium of Games
Design as practice
Pedagogy and gaming
Game design/development/theory
Casual Games
Changes in gaming culture
Spectatorship and play
Esports theory
Underrepresented Games and Audiences
Close readings and ‘well played’ games.
We welcome the following submission types:

Full papers, of 5000 – 7000 words, to be presented as papers in a panel session.

A template for full papers is available here: https://www.overleaf.com/latex/templates/digra-template-2018/fdtmqscfgzpc

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Stoke-on-Trent

ST4 2DE

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