Average PlayStation Home User Spends 70 Minutes In Sony’s Virtual World

By Spencer . November 2, 2010 . 8:05pm

image Speaking at the Digital Media Conference, Peter Dille, Senior Vice President of Marketing at SCEA, talked about PlayStation Home. Sony’s Second Life style service has 16 million users and the average time spent in home is 70 minutes. "And, users are spending money, which is a big reason why we’re doing it [PlayStation Home]," Dille commented during that portion of his talk.

 

Dille also mentioned with PlayStation Network they are starting app-like initiatives such as Netflix. "Later this year we’re going to be introducing a music service that we don’t have today," Dille announced. He may have meant Qriocity, which was announced for Europe, but not confirmed for North America.

 

We spoke with Dille about PlayStation Move, PSP, and Ape Escape on our own. You’ll see that interview on Siliconera shortly.


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