Sega Enterprises, Inc.

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Sega Enterprises, Inc.
Founded: 1974[1]
Defunct: April 1984[2][3]
Headquarters: Los Angeles, California, United States

Sega Enterprises, Inc. was the parent company of Sega Enterprises, Ltd. and Gremlin Industries. It was established by Gulf+Western and the first game it produced was Bullet Mark.[4]

SEI also traded as "Sega of America"[5][6][7], sold electro-mechanical arcade games, sold the Sega-Vision), and was responsible for the licensing and publishing of home console and computer versions of Sega arcade titles.

SEI became Simon & Schuster Entertainment Software, Inc. on March 18, 1985 and then Ages Entertainment Software, Inc. on August 30 of the same year.[8]

Softography (Arcade)

Electro-Mechanical/Discrete Logic

Softography (Consumer)

Apple II

Atari 2600

Atari 5200

Atari 8-bit

Commodore 64

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