Worldwide Journal of eSports Analysis (IJER)


The Worldwide Journal of eSports Analysis (IJER) supplies a discussion board for researchers and practitioners to share modern information in eSports. IJER is a peer-reviewed worldwide journal dedicated to the theoretical and empirical understanding of present analysis, advances, and practices throughout the digital on-line aggressive gaming atmosphere of eSports. The journal is interdisciplinary and publishes analysis from fields and disciplines that work together and encompass eSports resembling gaming, usability, sport improvement, occasion planning, hospitality, schooling, psychology, sociology, cultural sciences, counseling, social work, literacy, accounting, economics, finance, communications, media, networking, pc data methods, and different disciplines that contact upon elements of eSports. The journal publishes essential qualitative, quantitative, theoretical and empirical manuscripts that will embrace analysis research, meta-analyses, case research, theoretical and conceptual frameworks, literature opinions that add to the information base, and e-book opinions. Occasional particular points from the journal present deeper investigation into areas of curiosity inside eSports.

Matters Lined

  • Cognitive, Social, and Emotional Affect of On-line Aggressive Video games and Simulations
  • Essential Evaluations and Meta-Analyses of Present Digital Sport and Simulation Literature
  • Present and Future Developments, Applied sciences, and Methods Associated to Video games, Sport Improvement, and Sport Implementation
  • Information Mining Inside eSports, Together with Information Analytics and Studying Analytics
  • Economics, Finance and Accounting Concerns Round eSports
  • Digital Video games and Simulations in Authorities, Enterprise, and the Workforce
  • Digital Video games and Simulations in Educating and Studying
  • Digital Gaming in Instructionally Acceptable Environments
  • Digital Gaming in Learner/Consumer Engagement
  • Digital Gaming in Studying Theories, Curriculum Design, and Micro-Studying Environments
  • Frameworks for Development of Human-Digital Gaming Interactions
  • Frameworks for the Development and Enchancment of Understanding Essential Features of Consumer-Gaming Interactions
  • Frameworks to Perceive the Societal and Cultural Impacts of Video games and Simulations
  • Affect of Sport and Simulation Improvement Use on the Race and Gender Sport and Simulation Design
  • Progressive and Present Analysis Strategies and Methodologies to Examine Digital Video games and Simulations
  • Studying, Cognition, Character, and Social Interactions Formed by Digital Gaming
  • Advertising and Engagement of eSports Merchandise and Occasions
  • Psychological Features of Gaming
  • Social Media Impacts and Understandings Related With eSports
  • Use of Digital Gaming in Schooling, Tutorial Design, and Distance Studying

Mission and Scope

The mission of the Worldwide Journal of eSports Analysis (IJER) is the worldwide interchange and development of scholarly information surrounding present analysis, advances in, and the apply of eSports. It additionally supplies a major bridge between such analysis and apply by means of the publication of well timed analysis articles, theoretical critiques, conceptual frameworks, and e-book opinions associated to the event and analysis of present analysis, advances and practices inside and surrounding the sphere of eSports. An underlying consideration of this peer-reviewed worldwide journal is to assist the work of researchers, practitioners, and policymakers by selling a deep conceptual and empirical understanding of the position of the aggressive gaming environments in eSports.

Desk of Contents and Record of Contributors

Quantity 1: 2 Points (2021): 0 Launched, 2 Forthcoming

Quantity 1: 2 Points (2021): Forthcoming, Out there for Pre-Order

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Editor(s)-in-Chief Biography

Sharon Andrews Ph.D. is an Affiliate Professor of Software program Engineering on the College of Houston-Clear Lake in Houston, Texas, United States of America. She earned her Physician of Philosophy in Pc Science within the specialization space of Software program Area and Description Languages from the Middle for Superior Pc Research of the College of Louisiana in Lafayette, Louisiana, United States of America. Dr. Andrews grew to become the Chair of the Software program Engineering MS Program at UHCL in 1997 and has served constantly as Chair of this program aside from two years. She is the designer, developer, and implementer of the Software program Engineering MS curriculum, each the standard MS diploma in addition to the founding creator and Chair of the Software program Engineering On-line MS Diploma. Beneath her management the Software program Engineering on-line MS program has been ranked 4th within the nation a number of occasions by and is at the moment ranked sixth within the nation. As a part of her curriculum design work she has, designed, developed and applied every of her masters degree Software program Engineering programs as each 100% on-line, and mixed-mode studying environments. She has over twenty years expertise creating and delivering programs in numerous distance schooling environments, notably totally on-line environments. A few of her developed and commonly supplied programs embrace Software program Reuse and Reengineering; Software program Structure; Software program Engineering; Software program Life Cycle; Software program Design; Software program Course of, and most lately, Innovation and Creativity in Engineering.

Dr. Andrews’s scholarly pursuits embrace publications inside worldwide, nationwide, and regional refereed journals, convention continuing publications, and repair as Editor-in-Chief of a global refereed analysis journal, service as reviewer and editorial board member for worldwide refereed journals and worldwide and nationwide skilled conferences. She was the recipient of an ISSO/UH award within the space of area specification, in addition to quite a few different grant fundings. Dr. Andrews additionally was a member of the Repository Based mostly Software program Engineering Analysis Program on the College of Houston Clear Lake and labored with firms resembling Honeywell, Boeing, IBM, and Lockheed on numerous funded analysis tasks involving Superior Air Visitors Management. She has been a grant reviewer and panel member for the Nationwide Science Basis. Dr. Andrews’s areas of analysis inside software program engineering encompass the problems of software program structure design, software program information reuse, downside conceptualization in addition to curriculum design. Towards this finish, her analysis has taken the type of the event of a framework for the automated technology of structure description languages, options to the issues of architectural erosion and drift, methods and strategies for the betterment of area and information engineering, and strategies for the design and enablement of reusable software program structure. Most lately her analysis has expanded to incorporate the injection of innovation and creativity into engineering, frameworks for gaming engagement, because the in addition to growth into the sphere of Esports, and its position in software program engineering, the software program trade, and tutorial curriculum by analyzing and synthesizing these intersecting disciplines with a multidisciplinary take a look at the areas of aggressive gaming, software program engineering, and innovation and creativity.

Caroline M. Crawford, Ed.D, is a Professor of Tutorial Design and Expertise on the College of Houston-Clear Lake in Houston, Texas, United States of America. She earned her doctoral diploma from the College of Houston in Houston, Texas, United States of America, in 1998, with specialization areas in Tutorial Expertise and Curriculum Concept, and commenced her tenure on the College of Houston-Clear Lake (UHCL) the identical yr. At this level in Dr. Crawford’s skilled profession, her major areas of curiosity focus upon communities of studying and the suitable and profitable integration of applied sciences into the training atmosphere; the training atmosphere could also be envisioned as face-to-face, blended and on-line (digital or text-driven) environments, in addition to microlearning and micro-assist deliverables. Dr. Crawford could also be contacted by means of her e-mail tackle, [email protected]

Editorial Board

Affiliate Editors Bruce Wexler, Yale College, United States Josiah Lebowitz, George Mason College, United States Robert Rippee, UNLV, United States ORCID Scott Martin, George Mason College, United States Editorial Overview Board Alan Ritacco, United States Alvin Tran, College of New Haven, United States Ana Brochado, ISCTE-IUL, Spain Ashley Brown, United States Brad Clark, Mount Royal College, Canada Brandon Mastromartino, Southern Methodist College, United States ORCID Carolyn Lightfoot, Lee School, United States David Finch, Mount Royal College, Canada Decian Hill, United States Elena Novak, Western Kentucky College, United States Emory Daniel Jr., Appalachian State College, United States Gashaw Abeza, Towson College, United States Gregory Perreault, Appalachian State College, United States ORCID Holim Tune, Texas Southern College, United States Janice Newsum, College of Houston-Clear Lake, United States Jennifer Wallace, Jackson State College, United States Joey Fanfarelli, College of Central Florida, Orlando, USA, United States Joey Gawrysiak, Shenandoah College, United States Julia Waddell, West Chester College, United States Lisa Lacher, College of Houston-Clear Lake, United States Maike Groen, College of Utilized Science Cologne, Germany Marion Smith, Texas Southern College, United States Melissa Simons, United States Michael Blight, North Central School, United States Mirjana Pejic-Bach, College of Zagreb, Croatia ORCID Mohammed Amith, United States Noran Moffett, Fayetteville State College, United States Olivia Rines, United States Patrick O’Shea, Appalachian State College, United States Paul Walters, United Kingdom Raymond Rose, TxDLA, United States Robert Dieterich, George Mason College, United States ORCID Salvador Gómez-García, College of Valladolid, Spain ORCID Sam Nam, United States Stephen Baysted, United Kingdom Terri Bubb, San Jacinto School, United States Thomas Andre, College of Mississippi, United States Timothy Michael, College of Houston-Clear Lake, United States Todd Dunnavant, United States Veli-Matti Karhulahti, College of Jyväskylä, Finland ORCID Walt Polka, Niagara College, United States Wee Hoe Tan, Universiti Pendidikan Sultan Idris, Malaysia ORCID Yehan Wang, College of York, United Kingdom ORCID


Potential authors ought to be aware that solely unique and beforehand unpublished article manuscripts might be thought of. authors should seek the advice of the Journal Tips for Manuscript Submission at PRIOR to submission. Any additional questions could also be answered at All article manuscript submissions might be forwarded to a minimum of three members of the editorial evaluation board of the journal for a double-blind peer evaluation. The ultimate choice relating to acceptance/revision/rejection might be based mostly on the opinions obtained from the reviewers.

All inquiries ought to be directed to the eye of:

Sharon Andrews
Worldwide Journal of eSports Analysis (IJER)
E-mail: [email protected]
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