Service Games, Panama
From Sega Retro
|Service Games, Panama|
|Headquarters: Apartado 133 Panama, Republic of Panama|
This teeny-tiny article needs some work. You can help us by expanding it.
Service Games, Panama was the third branch of Service Games to be opened. The Panama branch, opening in September 1953, was designed to be the new base of all Service Games operations moving forward, and was jointly owned by the five men behind Service Games, Hawaii and Service Games, Japan; Irving Bromberg, Martin Bromley, Richard Stewart, Raymond Lemaire, and James Humpert.
In 1960, Service Games, Panama became distributors for the islands of Taiwan and Okinawa (taking over from Barclay & Company). At this time it was distributing on behalf of Sega (Nihon Kikai Seizou), Rock-Ola, Bally and American Shuffleboard, among others.
April 12, 1962, Service Games, Panama became Club Overseas Inc., Panama. Its history post-name change is not known.