History of Sega in North Macedonia

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History of Sega in North Macedonia
Official Sega distributor(s): Comy (1990-1991), Videotop (2004-2010), Computerland (2010-2015), Videotop (2016-2018), Iris Mega (2018-present)

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Socialist Yugoslavia

Socialist Yugoslavia did not belong to the Warsaw Pact. A small amount of Sega, Nintendo and Atari games and consoles were sold here.In the 70s Yugoslavia was one of the countries where Sega imported its game machines.The only known company that sold Sega Master System was Comy, which began importing the console from 1990.[1]

North Macedonia

North Macedonia declared independence from Yugoslavia on September 8, 1991.After the fall of Yugoslavia, famiclones gained popularity. The most famous was Terminator 2 modeled on Sega Mega Drive and Computer Family Game 3000 in 1 which had a distributor and was advertised on Macedonian television. As for information about Sega in the 90s and the beginning of the 21st century, there are very few of them.In 2004 Sega started cooperation with Videotop.From 2010 to 2015, Computerland was a distributor of Sega in North Macedonia. Videotop return in 2016 as a distributor of Sega in all former Yugoslavia.[2]In 2017, Videotop became the property of Computerland Group.[3] In 2018, Videotop was acquired by Colby which also belongs to the Computerland Group.The distribution was taken over by Iris Mega.

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