Definitions

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  • noun rare The status or condition of being a player (in a game, on a team, etc.).

Etymologies

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player +‎ -ship

Examples

  • In our interview Manley asked, "How does a small organization with limited financial means and playership assert its control over something that is designed to be easy to set up in one's backyard, or in an open field?", before posing a shot at an answer, "all of the accoutrement".

    Eugene Michael Santiago: Circle Rules Football -- The Road Ahead

  • I'd be curious to know how playership of games in which avatars are customizable stacks up against playership of games where you're handed a player of a specific gender/age/ethnicity.

    The virtual census

  • What the staff need to share with the playership is different from what the playership need to communicate back to the staff.

    RPGnet

  • What the staff need to share with the playership is different from what the playership need to communicate back to the staff.

    RPGnet

  • Shields power down when playership runs out of energy

    VersionTracker: Mac OS X

  • With their incredible bodies, superlative athleticism and sunny arrogance (not to mention that juicy, tragically conflicted sister-rivalry), they’re precisely the wake-up call the game needed if it is to attract a wider playership and audience.

    U.S. Open 2000: Giant Ladies Take Queens

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