History of Sega in Finland
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|History of Sega in Finland|
|Official Sega distributor(s): Digital Systems (198x-198x), Sanura Suomi (1989-1990), PCI-Data (1990-1991), Brio (1991-2002), Pan Vision (2003-2014), Koch Media (2014-present)|
In the 70s Finland was one of the countries where Sega imported its game machines.
Digital Systems released the SC-3000 in Finland. Sanura Suomi distributed the Sega Master System until around 1990 when PCI-Data took over before the Sega Mega Drive release. However, PCI-Data went bankrupt not long after, leading to Brio taking over Finnish distribution of Sega products from 1991 through its division PlayMix.
In the 90s there was also Sega Clubi.
In 1996, TCI's technology group got the rights to distribute Sega Channel in the Scandinavian countries. In 1997, ION Finland-the official importer of Sega announced that Sega Channel is available along with 30 games.
- File:HistoriemOmSega1 SE Book.pdf, page 65