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Sega Entertainment (North America)

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Fast facts on Sega Entertainment (North America)
Founded: 1996-03[1]
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[1].

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[2]. This was set to begin with the release of Conflict of Nations[3] and then Yoot Tower[4], however the division appears to have dissolved (or renamed) before the two games were released (Conflict of Nations being cancelled outright).

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 Press release: 1996-05-15: Sega Entertainment Inc.; new Sega company; new kind of PC gaming
  2. Press release: 1998-05-28: Sega Entertainment Expands into New Genres with Original Content
  3. Press release: 1998-05-06: Sega Entertainment Releases Its First Original PC Title, Breaks Into Strategy Game Genre
  4. Press release: 1998-05-19: Sega Entertainment and Yoot Entertainment "Build" On the Classic SimTower With Yoot's Tower for Mac, PC

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