Sega, the video game company behind Sonic the Hedgehog and the Yakuza series, has opened a new studio in Sapporo, Japan. This will be his second development base in the country.
According to the official website, Sega Sapporo is comprised of locally hired employees and will primarily design, develop and debug gaming software associated with Sega’s intellectual property.
Sega Sapporo is headed by President and CEO Takay Segawa, who began his career at Sega in 1992 as a designer and was previously Chief Producer. Fantasy Star Online 2…
Here’s Segawa’s statement about the new studio:
“In line with a policy of creating even more innovative content and providing the world with new and exciting experiences, we will use the know-how accumulated over its long history by Sega to participate in the development of entertainment that we will bring to the world from the attractive city of Sapporo.”
Sega Sapporo is currently looking for full-time and part-time employees to work in various fields. More details can be found on the official website.