History of Sega in Puerto Rico
From Sega Retro
|History of Sega in Puerto Rico|
|Official Sega distributor(s): VideoCamp Electronics (199x-200x), Latam Games (2012-201?), Self-distributed (Sega of America (201?-present))|
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In the 70s Puerto Rico was one of the regions where Sega imported its game machines.
At the end of the 90's, VideoCamp Electronics dealt with the distribution of consoles. Before then, Sega had to deal with its North American branch for Puerto Rican distribution. In Puerto Rico, Sega had its headquarters for the countries of Central America and the Caribbean. Latam Games distributes Sega games in Puerto Rico from 2012. The company also cooperated with NC Games. However, due to Puerto Rico being in the same distribution system as the United States, the games were imported from the US officially by Sega.