|Fast facts on Sega WOW|
|Defunct: 2004-07-01 (as Subsidiary), 2005-04-01 (as Division)|
|Merged into: Sega AM1, Global Entertainment R&D Dept. 2|
|Headquarters: Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan|
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Sega WOW (株式会社セガワウ) was a division within Sega. It was created in October 2003 following a merger between WOW Entertainment and Overworks - an attempt to streamline operations due to Sega's challenging economic situation at the time. Initially it was known as WOW Works, though changed its name before it had a chance to release any games.
Effectively, the studio was more of a continuation of Overworks rather than WOW, with every game being a consumer title, with the exception of Dragon Treasure which was a Overworks title as well.
|Domestic Sega studios|
|CSK||Sega Sammy Holdings|
|Sega Enterprises, Ltd.||Sega Corporation||Sega Games & Interactive|
|Sega AM1||WOW Entertainment||Sega WOW||Sega AM1|
|Sega AM11||R&D #4||Amusement Vision||New Entertainment||Sega CS1|
|Ryu ga Gotoku Studio|
|Sega AM3||Hitmaker||Sega AM3|
|AM Annex||R&D #5||Sega Rosso|
|Sega AM4||Sega Mechatronics||Product R&D|
|N. Pro. R&D|
|Sega AM5||Mirai R&D||Family Entertainment|
|Sega R&D2||Sega CS||Sega CS1||R&D #6||Smilebit||Sega Sports Design|
|PC Software||PC Network Department||Online R&D|
|Sega CS2||R&D #7||Overworks||GE2||Sega CS3|
|R&D #9||United Game Artists|
|Sega Digital Studio||Wave Master||Wave Master (label)|
|Mobile Content R&D||Sega Networks|