Google: Phil Harrison left the company months ago, he was the head of Stadia
According to a Business Insider report, Phil Harrisonhead of the defunct cloud gaming service stadia Vice President Google, He was going to leave Mountain View a few months ago. Harrison was also previously Vice President of SCEE (Sony Computer Entertainment) and Microsoft Game Studios.
This indiscretion comes from two Google employees, who informed the portal that Phil Harrison has since left the company January 2023roughly coinciding with the eventual shutdown of Google Stadia.
Stadia’s shutdown was announced by Harrison himself in September last year, as he admitted that the service wasn’t able to attract the necessary attention from gamers to keep the platform running.
“A few years ago, we launched a consumer gaming service, Stadia,” Harrison said when Stadia’s closure was announced. “And while Stadia’s approach to consumer game streaming was built on a solid technical foundation, it didn’t get the acceptance with the users we expected, so we made the difficult decision to start shutting down our streaming service.” Stadia”.
If confirmed, it would be a silent divorce that had been kept secret for months. When Business Insider asked, neither Harrison nor Google have confirmed the leak at this time, so take it with a grain of salt.
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