A video of a presentation I gave at the 2012 China Internet Research Conference in Los Angeles was recently posted online. Thanks to the USC US-China Institute for making this video available on their website. The presentation is a bit rushed (our speaking time was cut from 20 minutes to 10 minutes with virtually no warning, yikes!), but it gives a quick overview of some of the arguments I make about e-sports and the cultivation of “patriotic leisure.” You can check out the video on youtube here.
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