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Gamers! Can you help with PhD Research?

Gamers!  Can you help with PhD Research?

Multiplayer Video Game Survey- win $100 Jb Hi Fi voucher

by Alex Baldwin

©2012 Alex Baldwin

Reposted: If you have already completed this last year, please do not complete again.

My name is Alex Baldwin and I’ve been a writer for OXCGN for over 3 years. In addition to contributing to OXCGN, I’m a PhD candidate in the computer science discipline at Queensland University of Technology, performing research looking into improving the player experience of multiplayer video games.

In order to do this, I’m looking to hear what you, multiplayer game players of ALL experience and skill levels, have to say regarding some specific multiplayer features.

This involves a 10-20 minute online questionnaire (responses are anonymous).

Survey away!

In return for your participation, you will go into a draw to win a $100 JB HiFi voucher (participants must be located in Australia to enter).

As this survey is intended for participants of all ages, experience and skill levels, feel free to share the link below with friends, family and anyone you know who plays multiplayer games!

Please note that this study has been approved by the QUT Human Research Ethics Committee (approval number 1200000410).

This study is not affiliated with OXCGN or its partners.

SURVEY: HERE

Alex Baldwin
PhD Candidate
Faculty of Science and Technology
Queensland University of Technology

©2012 Alex Baldwin
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I'm an American from steamy Louisiana, one of the most electronically deprived areas of the United States. I've gamed since I was four years old as a result, and plan to do it onto my deathbed. I discovered I could write in June of 2010 when I started a little site called Fans of The Genre with a few friends, and that eventually collapsed three months after due to social lives kicking in. No less than two weeks after that I discovered OXCGN via the community gamer gab competition, and become a staff member shortly after. In February of 2011 I was welcomed to the Editorial staff, then in March of 2012 I was promoted to co-owner... and here I am!

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