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Harrison joins Gardner at new VC group

Phil Harrison, the eminent game exec who helped shape the PlayStation empire, has rebounded from his Atari break-up by joining London Venture Partners – a new investment group focused on funding disruptive” game projects.

Harrison has joined the company as General Partner, uniting once again with former Atari CEO David Gardner.

Those two make up half of London Venture Partners’ founding quartet, with former EA VP David Lau-Kee and Investment Banking guru Paul Heydon completing the set.

London Venture Partners says it will look to fund disruptive new technology in the online, social, mobile and web game space”.

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