The Capsaicin livestream kicks off at 10:30 AM from Ruby Skye, a feature-packed show highlighting the hottest new graphics and VR technologies propelling the games industry forward. The Cream Developer Sessions will start shortly after at 2:30 PM, with a special talk featuring Unity and Epic.
AMD has separate GDC sessions in which they will talk specifically about Vega and Ryzen with developers.
Not to be outdone, Nvidia announced their own event, also for February 28. Their particular event is slated for 7PM in San Francisco. Consumers are hopeful that they will finally talk about their Ti lineup for the 1080 and other 10xx cards. Of course, with Vega not coming out until later in Spring, Nvidia might continue to sit on their 1080Ti announcement.
Doors will open at 6:30 PM and the event will start promptly at 7 PM.
The celebration will take place in downtown San Francisco, CA.
There is no mention about whether or not any of this event will be streamed. This one seems more like a party than an actual announcement event though. From the looks of their sessions, nothing really stands out as a big announcement type deal. These are all focused on informative or learning sessions for developers.