Perception of FPT Student on Esports and Capability of Using Esports for Developing Soft Skills (67843)

Session Information:

Thursday, 23 November 2023 16:15
Session: Undergraduate Poster Session (AURS)
Room: Room 701
Presentation Type: Poster Presentation

All presentation times are UTC + 9 (Asia/Tokyo)

Esports research has grown to become an area of study spanning seven academic disciplines such as business, sports science, cognitive science, informatics, law, media studies, and sociology. Despite the criticism aimed at the negative effects of excessive gaming, it is indisputable that GenZ pays great attention to and participates in Esports. Given this trend, we employ a survey to investigate students' perceptions and attitudes towards the growth and participation of Esports. Additionally, this research is based on the Theory of Planned Behavior, which is shaped by an individual's attitude (the attribute of a particular behaviour), subject norms (whether a significant person would approve or disapprove of the behaviour), and perceived behavioural controls (anticipated obstacles that may inhibit behaviour), to analyze the interviewed data. This quantitative study is expected to reveal the views of FPT Academics and may capture the beliefs and perceptions of the participants toward Esports to offer recommendations and contributions for a better supportive and sportive system for the FPT Academics players specifically and the Esport gamers in general. This paper also finds ways to mobilize esports in developing necessary soft skills for undergraduate students.

Authors:
Thi My Danh Le, FPT University, Vietnam
Phuoc Dinh Kien Nguyen , FPT University, Vietnam
Tran Duyen Duyen Bui , FPT University, Vietnam
Thanh Hoang An Le , FPT university, Vietnam
Thanh Long Truong , FPT University, Vietnam
Xuan Loc Nguyen , FPT University, Vietnam


About the Presenter(s)
Dr Thi My Danh Le is a University Assistant Professor/Lecturer at FPT University in Vietnam

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Last updated: 2023-02-23 23:45:00