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Sega Euro Challenge 92

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Sega Euro Challenge 92
Date: 1992-04-11 — 1992-05-10

The Sega Euro Challenge 92 was an event, held in a train, in 1992, from 11 April to 10 May, on the 23 largest French cities, namely, Paris (Montparnasse Railway Station[1]), Rennes, Caen, Rouen (Madellaine), Amiens, Lille, Nancy, Strasbourg, Mulhouse, Besançon, Dijon, Clermont-Ferrand, Lyon (Perrache), Grenoble, Marseille, Montpellier, Toulouse, Bordeaux, Limoges, Nantes, Angers, Le Mans and Orléans.

The Final was held in Paris, at the Montparnasse Railway Station[1]. The winner of the event was entitled to a place in the big final[2] held in Barcelona, Spain, to dispute the title of European Champion.

Despite its name, this "Euro" challenge was exclusive to France.

The event returned the following year as Challenge Européen Sega 1993.

Magazine articles

Main article: Sega Euro Challenge 92/Magazine articles.

Promotional material

PlayerOne FR 019.pdfPlayerOne FR 019.pdf

PDF
Print advert in Player One (FR) #19: "Avril 1992" (1992-04-10)
also published in:
  • Consoles + (FR) #8: "Avril 1992" (1992-xx-xx)[3]
  • Player One (FR) #20: "Mai 1992" (1992-05-10)[4]
  • Consoles + (FR) #9: "Mai 1992" (1992-xx-xx)[5]

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References


Tours and challenges hosted by Sega
France
Sega Masters 91 (1991) | Sega Euro Challenge 92 (1992) | Challenge Européen Sega 1993 (1993)
United Kingdom
Sega Challenge 1990 (1990) | Sega Masterblaster Championship 1991 (1991) | Sega Sports Challenge (1992) | UK Sega Games Championships (1993) | 1994 Sega UK Challenge (1994) | Sega in 2 Action! Tour (1995)
United States
Sega Challenge (1987-1988) | Sega Genesis World Championship (1990) | Cherry Coke/Sega Sonic Shuttle 1993 (1993) | Cherry Coke/Sega Sonic Shuttle 1994 (1994) | Cherry Coke/Sega Saturn Shuttle Sampling Program (1995) | Sega Dreamcast Mobile Assault Tour (1999)
Others
Sega TV Game-ki Zenkoku Contest (Japan; 1974) | 1991 Sega European Championship | 1992 Sega European Championship | Champion Train '93 (Germany; 1993)