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Gamification is All about fun: the Role of Incentive Type and Community Collaboration

@inproceedings{Lounis2014GamificationIA,
  title={Gamification is All about fun: the Role of Incentive Type and Community Collaboration},
  author={Stavros Lounis and Katerina Pramatari and Aristeidis Theotokis},
  booktitle={ECIS},
  year={2014}
}
As the transformation of various services into appealing game-like experiences is in its infancy, limited research exists in the area and in particular on the way each gamification design decision affects intended outcome. In the present study we investigate the impact of two game elements (incentive type and community collaboration) on user’s experienced fun during participation in a gamified service. Via an experiment (N=108), we examine the role of Incentive Type [Accomplish an achievement… 

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