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eSport/fgc anonymous survey

Discussion in 'Europe' started by c1gar, Nov 2, 2017.

  1. c1gar

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    Hello all My name is Richard and I am currently researching eSport, its players, and their scenes. I would greatly appreciate responses to the following survey

    https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/NKCPZ93

    Please note you must be over the age of 18 to take part and your participation is voluntary; with no incentive for participating. (However there is a prize draw for three $50 gift cards for XBL or PSN or Steam, entry requires an email) The online questionnaire will ensure privacy by not requesting any private information, although, at the end of the questionnaire an email address can be left for follow-up interviews. The online questionnaire will give a unique reference number and this is the only way each entry can be recognized; however, it is hoped participates will wish to participate in the associated interviews, in which case name and contact details will be recorded on a secure computer. All information will be considered confidential and will only be used for this project. All information will be destroyed once this project is completed. All information provided will be kept confidential, and will solely be used by the researcher, for the purpose of this project. The final written project will not include any names; it will only feature data analysis on a broad scale. All of the above ensures that personal details remain anonymous in the finished work. Thank you for your time and forthcoming participation (I hope) in this research project!
     

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