Sega World Birmingham
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|Sega World Birmingham|
|Location: Erdington, Birmingham, United Kingdom|
|Google maps: 52.526094,-1.837269|
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Sega World Birmingham was an indoor Sega World arcade located above a Blockbuster video on High Street, Erdington, Birmingham.
Little is currently known about this venue - especially for when it opened and closed, although very likely before the Leisure Exchange buyout of the Sega arcades in 2000.
The top floor where Sega World was located was converted into a "Fast Tan Centre" in the early 2000s, then later a UTC Ultimate Training Centre gym, which now encompasses the entire building since the closure of Blockbuster in 2013.
- Main article: Sega World Birmingham/Magazine articles.
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|Bournemouth (1993-2000) | London (1996-1999) | Tamworth (199x-xxxx) | Wolverhampton (199x-xxxx) | Birmingham (199x-xxxx)|
|Glasgow (1993-200x) | Acton (1994-199x) | Colindale (1994-2008) | Southampton (1996-2013) | Wood Green (199x-xxxx) | Basildon (199x-2005) | Reading (199x-199x) | Bristol (199x-200x) | Harlow (1997-2003) | Tower Hill (xxxx-200x) | Harrow (200x-200x) | Holborn (200x-200x) | Brighton (2002-2006)|
|Brixton (199x-xxxx) | Catford (199x-xxxx) | Woolwich (199x-xxxx)|
|Croydon (199x-199x) | Harrow (199x-199x) | Romford (199x-199x)|
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