| Fast facts on Sega PC
| Founded: 1996
| Defunct: 2010-07-01
| Merged into: Smilebit (2000), Online R&D (2010)
| Headquarters: Japan
Sega PC was a division within Sega of Japan dedicated to porting games to the PC platform. It was headed by Shun Arai. In 2000, it became Smilebit.
Sega PC continued to exist, and sometime in the mid 00's it focused on original content for mainly the Japanese audience, such as The Typing of the Dead 2 and Sega Splash Golf.
- ↑ http://game.watch.impress.co.jp/docs/20070420/segapc.htm
- ↑ http://www.4gamer.net/news/history/2007.04/20070421000845detail.html
- ↑ https://gamedeets.com/archives/270823