SEGA Launches 60th Anniversary Website

SEGA turns 60 this year, and the company has launched a new website to mark the occasion! Called “GO SEGA,” the website contains a summary of SEGA’s 60 year history, as well as a message from SEGA Group chairman Haruki Satomi. In the message (read here), Satomi talks about the company’s aspirations for the future, the meaning of “GO SEGA,” and promises special content throughout the anniversary.

What exactly that content is, we don’t know as of yet. The website’s “events” section is currently greyed out. In addition to the history lesson and Satomi’s message, the website will also be accepting 100 character messages from SEGA fans about their experiences with the company and its games. These messages will be accepted between April 21 and June 3, and will eventually be displayed on the website. 60 lucky people will even have a chance to win a special 60th anniversary handbag, pictured below:

What are you hoping for from SEGA during it’s 60th anniversary? Let us know in the comments!

2 Comments

  1. I can’t believe that Sega is all ready 60 years old! That’s AMAZING!! “I remember having Sega when I was younger. My brother and I had lots of games for Sega when we were younger.

  2. Sega is actually much older than 60, originally founded in 1940 (making them 80) in America as Standard games.
    In any case, happy anniversary Sega.

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