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===USA===
 
===USA===
 
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Notavailable.svg|Irvine Spectrum Center, 31 Fortune Dr, Irvine, California 92618
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Notavailable.svg|Irvine Spectrum Center, 31 Fortune Dr, Irvine, California 92618 (opened 1995-11-28)*
Notavailable.svg|Park Meadows Mall, Douglas County, Colorado*
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Notavailable.svg|Park Meadows Mall, Lone Tree, Colorado (opened August 1996)*
 
Notavailable.svg|Golden Ring Mall, Baltimore, Maryland
 
Notavailable.svg|Golden Ring Mall, Baltimore, Maryland
 
Notavailable.svg|San Jose Pavilions, San Jose, California
 
Notavailable.svg|San Jose Pavilions, San Jose, California
 
Notavailable.svg|Cottonwood Mall, Albuquerque, New Mexico (opened 1997-03-28?)
 
Notavailable.svg|Cottonwood Mall, Albuquerque, New Mexico (opened 1997-03-28?)
Notavailable.svg|Circle Centre, Indianapolis, Indiana*
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Notavailable.svg|Circle Centre, Indianapolis, Indiana (opened 1995-09-08)*
Notavailable.svg|Lakeline Mall, Cedar Park, Texas*
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Notavailable.svg|Lakeline Mall, Cedar Park, Texas(opened 1995-10-18)*
 
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''*Indicates locations that became GameWorks.''
 
''*Indicates locations that became GameWorks.''
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===Canada===
 
===Canada===
 
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Revision as of 08:46, 19 June 2017

Sega City was a chain of video arcades in North America owned by Sega. Most were opened during the 1990s in shopping malls, and several were converted into GameWorks venues in the late 1990s and early 2000s, with others being closed.

Venues

USA

*Indicates locations that became GameWorks.

Canada

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