Sega Club (Brazil)

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The Sega Club, previously known as the Master Club and Mega Club, was an official Brazilian Sega video game club run by Tec Toy. It distributed a journal that contained information about new releases (which later became the Jornal Sega Club), and operated a phone hotline to answer video game questions. In July 1991, it had around 35,000 members.[1]

The club was was headquartered at the Água Branca building, 576 Ermano Marchetti Avenue, São Paulo 05038-000, Brazil.[1]

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