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E-sports Becoming E-“Legitimate” Sports

Ho Seung Hyeon Dr. McCullough, Sarah COMM 111T: Cultural Politics of Sport 17 March 2014 E-sports Becoming E-“Legitimate” sports E-sports is generally referred as an coordinated competitive approach in playing computer games. The notion that E-sports carries, pushes against some … Continue reading

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Legitimacy, Technology and Nationalism

I’ve come up with a thesis statement from some of the common themes of our class readings. In my paper, I want to write on the boundary of E-sports and how it’s a legitimate sport as my main argument. Also, … Continue reading

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Experiencing and Spectating the Culture of E-sports

This is me playing Starcraft at Geisel Library. What I’m doing below is not illegal; my E-sports UCSD Starcraft club members practice often in Geisel. I have officially uninstalled the game (due to addiction in the past) in my laptop, … Continue reading

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