History of Sega in Hong Kong
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|History of Sega in Hong Kong|
|Official Sega distributor(s): WKK (1986-200x), Typhoon Games (200x-200x), New Era (2005-2019), AtGames (2005-present), Epicsoft Asia (2019-present)|
Hong Kong uses the PAL-I television standard - all Asian specification boxes with this label were likely intended for this country (or Macau). Before 1997, Hong Kong was under the British Empire which used PAL standards. WKK has sold Sega Master System, Sega Mega Drive, Sega 32X, Sega Saturn, and Sega Dreamcast since 1986. Wharf Holdings announced an agreement with Sega Digital Communications in October of 1995 to broadcast Sega Channel in Hong Kong. In 1999, the Dreamcast came to the region using the PAL-D standard. This was after 1997, when the British traded Hong Kong to China. Typhoon Games has distributed some Sega games on PC. Several games released by New Era have appeared in Hong Kong. B