It Seems Like Sega Is Opening A New Studio In Japan

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Japanese online game veteran Sega has filed a trademark for ‘Sega Sapporo Studio’, which suggests the corporate is opening a brand new base in Hokkaido’s capital metropolis.

The trademark was filed on October eleventh in Japan in each English and Japanese.

Sapporo is the biggest Japanese metropolis north of Tokyo and the biggest metropolis on the northern island of Hokkaido. Zoom (Zero Divide collection) can also be based mostly within the metropolis, whereas Hudson Smooth was based there in 1973. Konami – which bought Hudson Smooth – additionally had a studio in Sapporo at one level.

Sega’s foremost HQ is positioned in Shinagawa, Tokyo.

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