Last month, Google began notifying winners of the I/O 2019 ticket drawing. With the annual developer conference kicking off in under two months, Google is now giving attendees (and livestreamers) a preview of upcoming sessions. This includes a whole new “Gaming” track, with the full listing available next week.

The Google I/O 2019 site includes a new schedule page that provides a “little preview of what’s to come.” These six sessions also provide a look at the eight conference tracks, including one focussed on “Gaming.” At GDC 2019, Google noted during its Mobile Developer Day that “Gaming” is a brand new track and will be a focus for I/O.

  • Gaming
  • Android
  • Flutter
  • Web
  • Cloud
  • Dart
  • Design
  • ML & AI

This includes tracks focussed on major platforms like Android and Web (Chrome), as well as resources like Design and ML & AI. Developer tools include Flutter and Dart.

The complete I/O 2019 schedule is coming March 27th, with attendees able to plan their conference starting in mid-April. This should coincide with the updated Android and iOS app for I/O, where session and office hour reservations will also be available.

Like in previous years, the full session list will not be available until after the main I/O keynote on Tuesday. Google I/O 2019 kicks off May 7-9 at the Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, CA.

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