Sega Enterprises, Ltd.

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Sega Enterprises, Ltd.
Founded: 1965-07-15[1]
Defunct: 2000-07-01
Merged into: Sega Corporation
Headquarters:
Ota, Tokyo, Japan
1965-07-15[1]
2000-11-01[2]

Sega Enterprises, Ltd. (株式会社セガ・エンタープライゼズ Kabushiki-gaisha Sega Entāpuraizezu) was the company that resulted from the merger of Nihon Goraku Bussan and Rosen Enterprises. This company was acquired by Gulf+Western in 1969, put under the control of Sega Enterprises, Inc. in 1974, and then sold to CSK in 1984. It also acquired Esco Boueki. While owned by CSK, Sega Enterprises established an American subsidiary still in operation. Sega Enterprises would change its name to Sega Corporation on November 1, 2000[2].

This page compiles all games which can't be attributed to specific development divisions. The documentation of different internal divisions starts at 1984.

Members

Softography (arcade)

Electro-Mechanical/Discrete Logic

Sega LaserDisc hardware

Sega Space Position

Sega VIC Dual

Sega Gigas hardware

Sega G80

Sega Z80

Sega VCO Object

Sega Zaxxon hardware

System 1

System 16

System C

X Board

System 18

System 24

System 32

Sega Model 2C CRX

Sega Titan Video

NAOMI

Custom

Softography (consumer)

SG-1000

Master System

Mega Drive

Game Gear

Sega CD

Sega 32X

Saturn

Dreamcast

References


Timeline of Sega of Japan research and development divisions









Early Sega
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Service Games Gulf+Western
Service Games, Hawaii & Nevada & Japan Nihon Goraku Bussan & Nihon Kikai Seizou Sega Enterprises, Inc.
Sega Enterprises, Ltd. Sega Ltd. & Gremlin Sega Ltd.