When Did Sega Come Out?

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Sega was first founded in 1940 as Standard Entertainment Games. In 2000 they changed to Sega Corporation. They made their own home video game consoles and games from 1983 to 2001. In January 2001 they stopped coming out with consoles, and focused on making games for other manufacturers.
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