Club Sega

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Club Sega (クラブセガ) is a chain of game centres and entertainment venues in Japan (and formerly Taiwan) created by Sega.

Alongside the Sega Arena venues, Club Segas began to appear across Japan in 1997, often replacing the Hi-Tech Land Sega brand with their distinct red, white and black look. While it is not entirely known how a Club Sega differs from Sega's other arcade operations, some often appear to house things other than arcades, for example, attractions, karaoke rooms and stage productions, often created by Sega themselves.

Like Sega World, the brand appears to be slowly being phased out in favour of a generic (if similar) "Sega" branding.