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Japan: SEGA 60th anniversary video

On June 3rd, 1960, Service Games, or SEGA for short, was founded by Martin Bromley and Richard Stewart. Although the company is known for video games and its 90s rivalry with Nintendo, SEGA didn’t enter the video game business until the 80s, 20 years after it was founded. SEGA has been celebrating their anniversary on Twitter, and earlier tonight, they tweeted a video showing off the company’s many games they have have published. You can see their tweet of the video down below.

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