Sega Akihabara 3-Goukan

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Sega Akihabara 3-Goukan
Location: 東京都千代田区外神田1-11-11外神田1丁目ビルディング, Japan
Opened: 2010-02-18[1]
Closed: 2022-03-17 (as a Sega arcade)

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Sega Akihabara 3-Goukan (セガ 秋葉原 3号館) was the third game center operated by Sega in the Akihabara region of Tokyo. As it was positioned just a few doors down from Sega Akihabara 1-Goukan, it was for years treated as the second building of the same venue (at the time, Club Sega Akihabara). It received its final Sega-branded name in mid-2017.

On March 17, 2022, the Sega branding on the Arcade has been replaced with GiGO branding, and the arcade opened as such under the new name the following morning. This was done after the sale of the entirety of Genda Sega Entertainment to Genda and the rebranding of the company as Genda GiGO Entertainment. Sega no longer has any involvement or ownership of the venue.

Branding

Name Branding Date
Club Sega Akihabara Shinkan (クラブ セガ 秋葉原 新館) Club Sega 2010-02-18[1]
Sega Akihabara 3-Goukan (セガ 秋葉原 3号館) Sega 2017
GiGO Akihabara 3-Goukan (GiGO 秋葉原 3号館) GiGO 2022-03-18

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References

  1. 1.0 1.1 http://sega.jp/location/tenpo/2010/0224/home.shtml (Wayback Machine: 2011-03-14 11:46)
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