| Fast facts on Sega Entertainment (North America)
| Founded: 1996-03
| Headquarters: Redwood City, California, USA
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Sega Entertainment Inc. (SEI) was a joint venture set up between Sega of America and Soft Bank to bring arcade games to PCs.
In May 1998 Sega Entertainment expanded its operations to offer different genres of games more suited to the PC market, initially with real-time strategy and simulation games. This was set to begin with the release of Conflict of Nations and then Yoot Tower, however the division appears to have dissolved (or renamed) before the two games were released (Conflict of Nations being cancelled outright).
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 Press release: 1996-05-15: Sega Entertainment Inc.; new Sega company; new kind of PC gaming
- ↑ Press release: 1998-05-28: Sega Entertainment Expands into New Genres with Original Content
- ↑ Press release: 1998-05-06: Sega Entertainment Releases Its First Original PC Title, Breaks Into Strategy Game Genre
- ↑ Press release: 1998-05-19: Sega Entertainment and Yoot Entertainment "Build" On the Classic SimTower With Yoot's Tower for Mac, PC