GamesCultures.org for the future research network

December 9, 2007

Frans Mäyrä, DiGRA2007 International Advisory Board, had announced new site GamesCulture.org provided by International Study of Games Cultures (InGa) project. It says:

In the spirit of the recent “Situated Play” conference (DiGRA 2007), we propose a collaborative effort of collecting together research, observation and data about forms of play around the world.

We have more than 350 attendees from 29 counties in DiGRA2007 Tokyo. At DiGRA2007 we found that we have own unwritten history of game research in each environment — language, culture, school, and market.

In addition, we’d had a trouble to get enough reviewers before the conference. We’ll need more contributors in the future international conference. And now is the time to build a global network of game researchers.

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