SegaWorld London was an indoor theme park opened by Sega in the London Trocadero, London, in September 1996. At 110,000 square feet, it was claimed to be the largest indoor theme park in the world. It was Sega's flagship venue in Europe and the first Sega theme park outside of Japan. It closed in September 1999.
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SegaWorld London was an indoor theme park opened by Sega in the London Trocadero, London, in September 1996. ... It closed in September 1999.
In Tokyo, a city beloved for its iconic gaming sites, SEGA closed down its Akihabara 2nd arcade in 2020, before confirming that Sega Ikebukuro Gigo was to close in September due to the end of a building lease . It was given an emotional farewell by its supporter
During their peak period in the 1990s, there were likely at least several hundred Sega World locations across the world. ... Alongside these, they currently continue to be operated under the Sega name by Genda Inc., after their 85.1% majority acquisition of Sega Entertainment's shares in 2020 .
Due to a below-expected attendance and constant financial losses, the park was closed in November 2000 . Hopes that the influx of tourists traveling to Sydney for the 2000 Summer Olympics would help the park meet its 800,000-visitor breakeven point went unrealized.
After a few years
It was claimed to be the largest indoor theme park in the world, occupying an area of 10200m² on seven floors and making it the largest venue to be developed and wholly ran by Sega, but has since closed permanently . Parts of the park were ran as an unrelated amusement arcade into the early 2010s.
Sega Republic was a 76,000 sq ft indoor theme park on the second floor of The Dubai Mall in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. ... The park closed on June 1, 2017 when the license to use the Sega name and franchises had expired .