Sohey Yamamoto

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Sohey Yamamoto
Date of birth: 1969[1] (age 54-55)
Employment history:
Sega Enterprises (1989-04[2][3] – )
Role(s): Programmer
Education: National Institute of Technology, Numazu College (1989)[3]

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Sohey Yamamoto (山本 宗平) joined Sega in 1989 as a programmer, though intended to join as an arcade cabinet engineer. The first game he worked on was the System 18 version of Michael Jackson's Moonwalker[6]. Notable works included VR-1, the Sega Rally series and the StarHorse series. In the 2010's he became more involved with game servers, web clients and eSports tournament broadcast tools.[2]

Yamamoto is married to Yuko Takizaki[7].

Production history



Magazine articles

Main article: Sohey Yamamoto/Magazine articles.

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