|Fast facts on Sega Technical Institute|
|Merged into: Sega of America|
|Headquarters: United States|
STI was at one time an elite organization within Sega of America that developed well-received games such as Die Hard Arcade (the result of a team-up between STI and successful arcade game developers AM1), Comix Zone, Kid Chameleon and The Ooze. STI's focus was to create character properties that could be built into a franchise.
Though the original Sonic the Hedgehog was developed in Japan, Sonic Team moved to the STI headquarters for the development of Sonic the Hedgehog 2, and several STI members assisted in the development of that game. Sonic Team stayed for Sonic the Hedgehog 3 and Sonic & Knuckles but did not seek help from STI for the development of those games.
Following corporate shake-ups and a vision of a more streamlined Sega of America, STI found itself gravitating towards localising Sega's Japanese games, with many of its original products being scrapped. It inevitably merged back into Sega of America.
|North American Sega companies, studios and subsidiaries|
|Service Games||Sega Enterprises, Inc.||Sega Corporation||Sega-Sammy Holdings||Sega Holdings|
|Service Games, Hawaii||Gremlin/Sega||Sega/Gremlin||Sega Electronics||Sega of America|
|Service Games, Nevada||Sega Technical Institute||Sonic Team USA||Sega Studios USA|
|Sega Multimedia Studio||Sega of America Dreamcast||Three Rings Design|
|Sega Music Group||Relic Entertainment|
|Sega Away Team||Sega Mobile|
|Sega Midwest Studio||Sega Entertainment|
|Sega Amusements USA|
|Sega Amusement Works|