Vídeo Aventuras: Gamesa con Sega
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Vídeo Aventuras: Gamesa con Sega (Video Adventures: Gamesa with Sega) was a set of 100 collectible trading cards featuring covers of Sega Master System and Sega Mega Drive games, released in Mexico, from February 1, 1992 through May 15, 1992, by Gamesa (formerly Galletera Mexicana S.A. de C.V., currently a subsidiary of PepsiCo, Inc.), Mexico's largest manufacturer of cookies, with the sponsorship of DISAM S.A. de C.V. .
The cards were distributed, bundled in family size packs of cookies and each of them contained a scratchable area on its back which consumers could scratch in order to win one of five collectible handheld electronic LCD pocket games (of a total of 230.000 available) called Vídeo Aventuras (Video Adventures) or a Sega Master System II console (of a total of 3000 available) as prize.
Additionally consumers could exchange 10 empty single serve packets of cookies with the seal of the promotion for one card and also exchange the prized cards for the respective prizes at Oxxo convenience stores, Pilón cupon exchange centers, Super 7 retail/convenience stores (renamed to 7-Eleven in 1995), Gamesa distribution vans and authorized consumer electronic retailers.
One of the five collectible Gamesa "Vídeo Aventuras" handheld electronic LCD pocket games