Rumours of Sega Europe’s death have been greatly exaggerated, according to Sports Interactive’s Miles Jacboson. Despite Twitter talk of the European arm of the Japanese publisher closing and Sega placing emphasis on the digital sector while moving away from console, the recent upheaval seems due more to reorganization within the company ranks.
“Interweb rumours of Sega Europe closing are false. Rumours of Dirk Kuyt signing for Fenerbache? Much more likely,” Jacobson’s Twitter said. Indeed, with both of Sega’s European studios, Creative Assembly and Sports Interactive, doing better than ever, it’s hard to see how Sega would consider that course of action.
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