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== History ==
 
== History ==
Two businessmen, Dariusz Wojdyga and Marek Jutkiewicz, used the lack of consoles on the Polish market and decided to bring a Japanese Famicoma clone from Taiwan called Pegasus. After launching the console in 1992, the console quickly became a hit. There were many versions of it. In 1994, the company established [["AGES"]] to take over Sega products in 1995. In the summer of 1995, Bobmark took over the distribution functions of AGES. The failure of the Sega Saturn distribution in Poland, which was lost in the Playstation. Ultimately, in 1998, the company ended up working with Sega and the two founders began selling HOOP drinks which are still popular in Poland.
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Two businessmen, Dariusz Wojdyga and Marek Jutkiewicz, used the lack of consoles on the Polish market and decided to bring a Japanese Famicoma clone from Taiwan called Pegasus. After launching the console in 1992, the console quickly became a hit. There were many versions of it. In 1994, the company established [[AGES (distributor)|AGES]] to take over Sega products in 1995. In the summer of 1995, Bobmark took over the distribution functions of AGES. The failure of the Sega Saturn distribution in Poland, which was lost in the Playstation. Ultimately, in 1998, the company ended up working with Sega and the two founders began selling HOOP drinks which are still popular in Poland.
  
 
==References==
 
==References==

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A company in Poland operating in 1992-1998 which was a distributor of Sega in Poland.

History

Two businessmen, Dariusz Wojdyga and Marek Jutkiewicz, used the lack of consoles on the Polish market and decided to bring a Japanese Famicoma clone from Taiwan called Pegasus. After launching the console in 1992, the console quickly became a hit. There were many versions of it. In 1994, the company established AGES to take over Sega products in 1995. In the summer of 1995, Bobmark took over the distribution functions of AGES. The failure of the Sega Saturn distribution in Poland, which was lost in the Playstation. Ultimately, in 1998, the company ended up working with Sega and the two founders began selling HOOP drinks which are still popular in Poland.

References