SCE Worldwide Studios president Phil Harrison is to give a keynote speech at this year's Game Developers Conference on the new opportunities offered by advancements in connectivity.
Titled 'Game 3.0: Developing and creating for the third age of videogames', Harrison's speech will discuss the concept of 'always on' gaming, emerging products and services for developers and Sony's own plans to promote growth in the market.
Harrison joined Sony nearly 15 years ago and has since held high level positions at the company in both Europe in North America. He became Worldwide Studios president in September 2005, and now oversees 14 studios in five countries.
Harrison previously spoke at GDC 2006, where his talk focused on the capabilities of PlayStation 3. This year, his speech will be delivered on Wednesday March 7 at 10.30am in the Esplanade Room, South Hall.
GDC 2007 will take place between March 5 - 9 at the Moscone Convention Center, San Francisco. More than 12,500 visitors are expected to attend.