Event organizer The Game Initiative has announced that the Austin Game Conference (AGC) has expanded to three days this September 6, 7 and 8, 2006 in Austin, Texas, offering a larger selection of lectures and tutorials on online and networked game development, including massively multiplayer online games, casual games, online PC and console games.
The conference will include 5 tracks over three days, including Games in Asia; Multiplayer Business/Production; Multiplayer Design; Multiplayer Tech/Art and Multiplayer Service and Support. Plus focused roundtables, workshops and keynotes.
Other elements on show as part of the Austin Game Conference include the LivePitch 1-on-1 matchmaking, the Tech Pavilion, taking place September 7th and 8th, as well as the Machinima Theater, being held in partnership with the Academy of Machinima Arts & Sciences.
In addition, another three conferences will operate concurrently with the Austin Game Conference: the Game Writers Conference, Game Audio Conference, and the Casual Games Conference, all co-located in the Austin Convention Center. The Women's Game Conference, previously part of the overall Conference, is no longer being held this year.
More information on the line-up for this year's set of conferences is available at the official Austin Game Conference website