Sega Corporation (2000-2015)

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Sega Corporation
Founded: 2000-11-01[1]
Defunct: 2015-04-01
Merged into: Sega Games, Sega Interactive
Ota, Tokyo, Japan

Sega Corporation was the legal successor to Sega Enterprises which came into being on 1st November, 2000[1]. It was then when the company established the system of having ten different subsidiaries each with their own brand. These were WOW Entertainment, Sega AM2, Hitmaker, Amusement Vision, Sega Rosso, Smilebit, Overworks, Sonic Team, United Game Artists and Wave Master. Sega Corporation then took care of production and marketing work. This structure was disbanded in July of 2004. This page compiles all games that can not be atrributed to a specific development divisions.

In the 1st of April 2015, it was split into Sega Games and Sega Interactive.


Former Members

Softography (arcade)




RingEdge 2

Softography (consumer)


PlayStation 2

GameBoy Advance

Nintendo DS

PlayStation Portable

Xbox 360


PlayStation 3


  1. 1.0 1.1 (Wayback Machine: 2001-07-10 20:16)
Domestic Sega studios
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CSK Sega Sammy Holdings
Sega Enterprises, Ltd. Sega Corporation Sega Games & Interactive
Sega R&D 1 Sega AM1 R&D #1 WOW Entertainment Sega WOW Sega AM1
Studio 128 Sega R&D 8 Sega AM2 R&D #2 AM2 of CRI Sega-AM2 Sega AM2
Sega AM11 R&D #4 Amusement Vision New Entertainment Sega CS1
Ryu ga Gotoku Studio
DigitalRex AM Plus
Sega AM3 R&D #3 Hitmaker Sega AM3
AM Annex R&D #5 Sega Rosso
Sega AM4 Sega Mechatro Product R&D
N. Pro. R&D
Sega AM5 Mirai R&D Family Entertainment
Sega AM6
Sega R&D 2 Sega CS Sega CS1 R&D #6 Smilebit Sega Sports Design
Megasoft Team Andromeda
Sega PC Online R&D
Sega CS2 R&D #7 Overworks GE2 Sega CS3
Sonic Team
Sega CS3 R&D #8 GE1 Sega CS2
R&D #9 United Game Artists
Sega Sound Team
Sega Digital Media Wave Master Wave Master (label)
Mobile Content R&D Sega Networks
Visual Entertainment Marza Animation Planet