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SOUTHKOREA-MACAU/GAMBLING
RTS12V93
April 19, 2017
Visitors sit in front of lucky wheels by Sega Sammy Creation of Japan during the Global Gaming Expo Asia...
Macau, China
Visitors sit in front of lucky wheels by Sega Sammy Creation of Japan during the Global Gaming Expo Asia...
Visitors sit in front of lucky wheels by Sega Sammy Creation of Japan during the Global Gaming Expo Asia in Macau May 20, 2014. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu
JAPAN-GAMING/
RTSNVAH
September 15, 2016
Sega logos are pictured at Tokyo Game Show 2016 in Chiba, east of Tokyo, Japan, September 15, 2016. ...
Chiba, Japan
Sega logos are pictured at Tokyo Game Show 2016 in Chiba
Sega logos are pictured at Tokyo Game Show 2016 in Chiba, east of Tokyo, Japan, September 15, 2016. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
JAPAN-GAMING/
RTSNTLN
September 15, 2016
Sega's hostess poses for photographers at Tokyo Game Show 2016 in Chiba, east of Tokyo, Japan, September...
Chiba, Japan
Sega's hostess poses for photographers at Tokyo Game Show 2016 in Chiba
Sega's hostess poses for photographers at Tokyo Game Show 2016 in Chiba, east of Tokyo, Japan, September 15, 2016. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
SOUTHKOREA-GAMBLING/PARADISE
RTR41HV3
August 06, 2014
A dealer displays cards on a gaming table at Paradise Casino in Incheon August 6, 2014. South Korea's...
Incheon, South Korea
A dealer displays cards on a gaming table at Paradise Casino in Incheon
A dealer displays cards on a gaming table at Paradise Casino in Incheon August 6, 2014. South Korea's biggest casino operator believes there is enough Chinese demand to go around even as more Asian countries target mainland gamblers. Paradise Co Ltd and Japanese partner Sega Sammy Holdings Inc are set to break ground in October on the country's first integrated casino resort. Picture taken August 6, 2014. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY WEALTH)
MACAU
RTR3PXN0
May 20, 2014
Visitors sit in front of lucky wheels by Sega Sammy Creation of Japan during the Global Gaming Expo Asia...
Macau, China
Visitors sit in front of lucky wheels by Sega Sammy Creation of Japan during the Global Gaming Expo Asia...
Visitors sit in front of lucky wheels by Sega Sammy Creation of Japan during the Global Gaming Expo Asia in Macau May 20, 2014.Global Gaming Expo Asia (G2E Asia) is the premier Asian trade event and the largest regional sourcing platform for global gaming and entertainment products, according to its official press release. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS)
JAPAN/
RTR33KZC
June 14, 2012
Sega Toy's interactive robotic toy "Wappy Dog" are displayed at the International Toy Show in Tokyo June...
Tokyo, Japan
Sega Toy's interactive robotic toy "Wappy Dog" are displayed at the International Toy Show in Tokyo
Sega Toy's interactive robotic toy "Wappy Dog" are displayed at the International Toy Show in Tokyo June 14, 2012. The robotic dog can be controlled and play games with its owner through the Apple iPhone. The toy show opens to public on Saturday, showcasing a total of about 35,000 products by 144 toy manufacturers. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN - Tags: SOCIETY)
VIDEOGAMES/
RTR337FO
June 06, 2012
An attendee looks at a character from Sega's game "Aliens: Colonial Marines" during E3 2012, the Electronic...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
An attendee looks at a character from Sega's game "Aliens: Colonial Marines" during E3 2012, the Electronic...
An attendee looks at a character from Sega's game "Aliens: Colonial Marines" during E3 2012, the Electronic Entertainment Expo, in Los Angeles June 6, 2012. REUTERS/Phil McCarten (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS)
VIDEOGAMES/
RTR337F9
June 06, 2012
Attendees climb into a replica prop at the Sega booth used to promote their new game "Aliens: Colonial...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Attendees climb into replica prop at Sega booth used to promote their new game "Aliens: Colonial Marines"...
Attendees climb into a replica prop at the Sega booth used to promote their new game "Aliens: Colonial Marines" during the E3 in Los Angeles, California June 6, 2012. REUTERS/Gus Ruelas (UNITED STATES - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS)
VIDEOGAMES/
RTR2RBSV
September 15, 2011
Visitors play Japan's videogame developer Sega's games on Nintendo 3DS portable game consoles at the...
Chiba, Japan
Visitors play Japan's videogame developer Sega's games on Nintendo 3DS portable game consoles at the...
Visitors play Japan's videogame developer Sega's games on Nintendo 3DS portable game consoles at the Tokyo Game Show in Chiba, east of Tokyo, September 15, 2011. The game show goes on till September 18. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS SOCIETY)
VIDEOGAMES/
RTR2RBU8
September 14, 2011
Visitors try out Sega Corp's new game "Binary Domain" with promotional models on Sony's PlayStation 3...
Chiba, Japan
Visitors try out Sega Corp's new game "Binary Domain" with promotional models on Sony's PlayStation 3...
Visitors try out Sega Corp's new game "Binary Domain" with promotional models on Sony's PlayStation 3 consoles at the Tokyo Game Show in Chiba, east of Tokyo, September 15, 2011. The game show goes on till September 18. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS SOCIETY)
SEGA-HACKERS/
RTR2NVC2
June 20, 2011
A surveillance camera is seen behind a Sega logo at its headquarters in Tokyo June 20, 2011. Japanese...
Tokyo, Japan
A surveillance camera is seen behind a Sega logo at its headquarters in Tokyo
A surveillance camera is seen behind a Sega logo at its headquarters in Tokyo June 20, 2011. Japanese video game developer Sega Corp said on Sunday that information belonging to 1.3 million customers has been stolen from its database, the latest in a rash of global cyber attacks against video game companies. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN - Tags: CRIME LAW SCI TECH BUSINESS)
SEGA-HACKERS/
RTR2NVAG
June 20, 2011
The Sonic the Hedgehog character is seen behind a video game screen showing a Sega Corp logo at a game...
Tokyo, Japan
Sonic the Hedgehog character is seen behind a video game screen showing a Sega Corp logo at a game arcade...
The Sonic the Hedgehog character is seen behind a video game screen showing a Sega Corp logo at a game arcade in Tokyo June 20, 2011. Japanese video game developer Sega Corp said on Sunday that information belonging to 1.3 million customers has been stolen from its database, the latest in a rash of global cyber attacks against video game companies. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN - Tags: CRIME LAW SCI TECH BUSINESS)
SEGA-HACKERS/
RTR2NV9X
June 20, 2011
The Sega Corp. logo is seen on a control unit of a video game console at a video game arcade in Tokyo...
Tokyo, Japan
The Sega Corp. logo is seen on a control unit of a video game console at a video game arcade in Tokyo...
The Sega Corp. logo is seen on a control unit of a video game console at a video game arcade in Tokyo June 20, 2011. Japanese video game developer Sega Corp said on Sunday that information belonging to 1.3 million customers has been stolen from its database, the latest in a rash of global cyber attacks against video game companies. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN - Tags: CRIME LAW SCI TECH BUSINESS)
SEGA-HACKERS/
RTR2NV9P
June 20, 2011
A visitor plays a Sega Corp video game at a video game arcade in Tokyo June 20, 2011. Japanese video...
Tokyo, Japan
A visitor plays a Sega Corp video game at a video game arcade in Tokyo
A visitor plays a Sega Corp video game at a video game arcade in Tokyo June 20, 2011. Japanese video game developer Sega Corp said on Sunday that information belonging to 1.3 million customers has been stolen from its database, the latest in a rash of global cyber attacks against video game companies. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN - Tags: CRIME LAW SCI TECH BUSINESS)
SEGA-HACKERS/
RTR2NV9B
June 20, 2011
Sega Corp. logos are reflected in windows near the company headquarters in Tokyo June 20, 2011. Japanese...
Tokyo, Japan
Sega Corp. logos are reflected in windows near the company headquarters in Tokyo
Sega Corp. logos are reflected in windows near the company headquarters in Tokyo June 20, 2011. Japanese video game developer Sega Corp said on Sunday that information belonging to 1.3 million customers has been stolen from its database, the latest in a rash of global cyber attacks against video game companies. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN - Tags: CRIME LAW SCI TECH BUSINESS)
SEGA-HACKERS/
RTR2NV97
June 20, 2011
A Sega Corp. logo is seen at the company headquarters in Tokyo June 20, 2011. Japanese video game developer...
Tokyo, Japan
A Sega Corp. logo is seen at the company headquarters in Tokyo
A Sega Corp. logo is seen at the company headquarters in Tokyo June 20, 2011. Japanese video game developer Sega Corp said on Sunday that information belonging to 1.3 million customers has been stolen from its database, the latest in a rash of global cyber attacks against video game companies. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN - Tags: CRIME LAW SCI TECH BUSINESS)
SEGA-HACKERS/
RTR2NTY6
June 19, 2011
A Sega Corp logo is seen behind people playing video games with their mobile game consoles at a shop...
Tokyo, Japan
Sega Corp logo is seen behind people playing video games with their mobile game consoles at shop in Akihabara...
A Sega Corp logo is seen behind people playing video games with their mobile game consoles at a shop in the Akihabara electronic store district in Tokyo June 19, 2011. Japanese video game developer Sega Corp said on Sunday that information belonging to 1.3 million customers has been stolen from its database, the latest in a rash of global cyber attacks against video game companies. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN - Tags: CRIME LAW SCI TECH BUSINESS)
SEGA-HACKERS/
RTR2NTY5
June 19, 2011
A Sega Corp signboard is seen behind traffic signs at the Akihabara electronic store district in Tokyo...
Tokyo, Japan
A Sega Corp signboard is seen behind traffic signs at the Akihabara electronic store district in Tokyo...
A Sega Corp signboard is seen behind traffic signs at the Akihabara electronic store district in Tokyo June 19, 2011. Japanese video game developer Sega Corp said on Sunday that information belonging to 1.3 million customers has been stolen from its database, the latest in a rash of global cyber attacks against video game companies. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN - Tags: CRIME LAW SCI TECH BUSINESS)
VIDEOGAMES/
RTR2NFC7
June 08, 2011
Attendees wait in line next to a poster prohibiting photographs of the new SEGA game Aliens: Colonial...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Attendees wait in line next to a poster prohibiting photographs of the new SEGA game Aliens: Colonial...
Attendees wait in line next to a poster prohibiting photographs of the new SEGA game Aliens: Colonial Marines at E3 in Los Angeles, California June 7, 2011. REUTERS/Fred Prouser (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SCI TECH BUSINESS)
VIDEOGAMES/
RTR2NFBE
June 08, 2011
Two attendees play the new game The House of the Dead: Overkill, a first-person rail shooter video game...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Two attendees play the new game The House of the Dead: Overkill, a first-person rail shooter video game...
Two attendees play the new game The House of the Dead: Overkill, a first-person rail shooter video game developed by Headstrong Games and published by Sega for the Wii at E3 in Los Angeles, California June 7, 2011. REUTERS/Fred Pouser (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SCI TECH BUSINESS)
VIDEOGAMES/
RTR2NFAJ
June 08, 2011
A young woman dressed in a combat outfit points a weapon as she helps promote the new SciFi game Binary...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
A young woman dressed in a combat outfit points a weapon as she helps promote the new SciFi game Binary...
A young woman dressed in a combat outfit points a weapon as she helps promote the new SciFi game Binary Domain from SEGA at E3 in Los Angeles, California June 7, 2011. REUTERS/Fred Pouser (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SCI TECH BUSINESS)
JAPAN
RTR2IE3Y
September 15, 2010
Visitors try out Japan's software maker Sega's new game "Phantasy Star Portable 2 Infinity" on Sony's...
Chiba, Japan
Visitors try out Sega's new game "Phantasy Star Portable 2 Infinity" on Sony's PSP at the Tokyo Game...
Visitors try out Japan's software maker Sega's new game "Phantasy Star Portable 2 Infinity" on Sony's PlayStation Portable (PSP) at the Tokyo Game Show in Chiba, east of Tokyo September 16, 2010. A total of 194 companies and organizations are exhibiting at the Tokyo Game Show 2010, which will be held until September 19, 2010. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT BUSINESS)
JAPAN/
RTX9FKE
October 11, 2008
Visitors try out Sega Prope's new game "Let's Tap" which the user controls the Nintendo's Wii remote...
Chiba, Japan
Visitors try out Sega Prope's new game "Let's Tap" in Tokyo Game Show in Chiba, east of Tokyo
Visitors try out Sega Prope's new game "Let's Tap" which the user controls the Nintendo's Wii remote controller without touching at the Tokyo Game Show 2008 in Chiba, east of Tokyo, October 11, 2008. The event, which 209 exhibitors are taking part, opened to the general public on Saturday. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao(JAPAN)
JAPAN/
RTR1X44C
February 15, 2008
A child plays SEGA's UFO Catcher 8, a toy pick-up game, at the Amusement Expo 2008 in Chiba, east of...
Chiba, Japan
A child plays SEGA's UFO Catcher 8, a toy pick-up game, at the Amusement Expo 2008 in Chiba
A child plays SEGA's UFO Catcher 8, a toy pick-up game, at the Amusement Expo 2008 in Chiba, east of Tokyo February 15, 2008. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN)
TECH EXPO
RTR1DAB2
May 11, 2006
Market analyst Carlos Marcos from Spain plays the Sega game "Chromehounds" for Xbox 360 at the 2006 Electronic...
Los Angeles, USA
Market analyst Carlos Marcos plays games at the 2006 Electronic Entertainment Expo in Los Angeles
Market analyst Carlos Marcos from Spain plays the Sega game "Chromehounds" for Xbox 360 at the 2006 Electronic Entertainment Expo in Los Angeles May 11, 2006. REUTERS/Chris Pizzello
JAPAN
RTRNPBA
February 18, 2005
Dealers examine Sega Corp's new driving game machines at a press and dealers preview day at the Amusement...
Chiba, Japan
Dealers examine Sega Corp's new driving game machines at a press and dealers preview day at the ...
Dealers examine Sega Corp's new driving game machines at a press and dealers preview day at the Amusement Expo 2005 in Chiba. Dealers examine Sega Corp's new driving game machines at a press and dealers preview day at the Amusement Expo 2005 held at Makuhari Messe in Chiba, east of Tokyo February 18, 2005. About 45 game machine makers, software makers and product companies participated in the expo. REUTERS/Kimimasa Mayama
JAPAN
RTRNPB3
February 18, 2005
Japanese dealers and promoters examine Sega Corp's new soccer game machines, the World Club Champion...
Chiba, Japan
Japanese dealers and promoters examine Sega Corp's new soccer game machines in Chiba.
Japanese dealers and promoters examine Sega Corp's new soccer game machines, the World Club Champion Football, at a press and dealers preview day at the Amusement Expo 2005 held at Makuhari Messe in Chiba, east of Tokyo, February 18, 2005. About 45 game machine makers, software makers and product companies participated in the expo. REUTERS/Kimimasa Mayama KM/DH
CRIME COLLEGE
RTRT439
February 18, 2004
University of New Mexico place kicker Katie Hnida (2) attempts an extra point against UCLA during the...
Las Vegas
FILE PHOTO OF NEW MEXICO PLACE KICKER KATIE HNIDA ATTEMPTS EXTRA POINT.
University of New Mexico place kicker Katie Hnida (2) attempts an extra point against UCLA during the SEGA Sports Las Vegas Bowl at Sam Boyd Stadium in Las Vegas, Nevada, in this file image from December 25, 2002. Hnida became the first woman to play in a Division I-A football game when she made the extra point attempt. The kick was blocked by UCLA's Brandon Chillar (11). Hnida says in the upcoming edition of Sports Illustrated that she was raped by a teammate while at the University of Colorado in the summer of 2000. Colorado head football coach Gary Barnett was put on administrative leave February 18, 2004. REUTERS/Las Vegas Sun/Steve Marcus SM/GAC
LEISURE JAPAN SEGA
RTROCYL
May 27, 2003
Japan's Sega Corp senior officer Hisao Oguchi, due to become the
videogame maker's president in June,...
Tokyo, Japan
JAPAN'S SEGA CORP SENIOR OFFICER OGUCHI SPEAKS DURING INTERVIEW IN
TOKYO.
Japan's Sega Corp senior officer Hisao Oguchi, due to become the
videogame maker's president in June, speaks during an interview in
Tokyo May 27, 2003. Oguchi said on Tuesday that it was considering an
offer from U.S. giant Electronic Arts Inc to form a North American
sales alliance aimed at shoring up its poor performance in the world's
largest gaming market. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao

YN/RCS
LEISURE JAPAN SEGA
RTROCYC
May 27, 2003
Japan's Sega Corp senior officer Hisao Oguchi, due to become the
videogame maker's president in June,...
Tokyo, Japan
JAPAN'S SEGA SENIOR OFFICER HISAO OGUCHI SMILES DURING INTERVIEW IN
TOKYO.
Japan's Sega Corp senior officer Hisao Oguchi, due to become the
videogame maker's president in June, speaks during an interview in
Tokyo May 27, 2003. Oguchi said on Tuesday that it was considering an
offer from U.S. giant Electronic Arts Inc to form a North American
sales alliance aimed at shoring up its poor performance in the world's
largest gaming market. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao

YN
SATO
RTXLM41
November 07, 2002
Japanese game maker Sega Corp President Hideki Sato grimaces during a news conference in Tokyo November...
Tokyo, Japan
Japanese game maker Sega Corp President Hideki Sato grimaces during a news conference in Tokyo Novem.....
Japanese game maker Sega Corp President Hideki Sato grimaces during a news conference in Tokyo November 7, 2002. [Sega slashed its full-year net profit estimate by 72 percent on Thursday on slack software sales, casting a shadow over its plan to become the world's leading game software publisher.]
LEISURE SEGA
RTRDIKI
November 07, 2002
Japanese game maker Sega Corp President Hideki Sato grimaces during a news
conference in Tokyo November...
Tokyo, Japan
SEGA CORP PRESIDENT SATO GRIMACES DURING NEWS CONFERENCE IN TOKYO.
Japanese game maker Sega Corp President Hideki Sato grimaces during a news
conference in Tokyo November 7, 2002. Sega slashed its full-year net profit
estimate by 72 percent on Thursday on slack software sales, casting a shadow
over its plan to become the world's leading game software publisher.
REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao

YN/CP
MICROSOFT
RTR1RF5
February 22, 2002
A woman waits for a ride after she purchased three of the first Xbox
video game systems in Japan February...
Tokyo, Japan
A WOMAN WAITS WITH THREE XBOX GAME UNITS IN JAPAN.
A woman waits for a ride after she purchased three of the first Xbox
video game systems in Japan February 22, 2002 in Tokyo. Xbox went on
sale February 22 for the first time in Japan at thousands of retail
outlets, and 12 game titles are available. The launch lineup includes
titles from Sega Corp., Konami Corp., Capcom Co. Ltd., Tecmo Ltd. and
Microsoft Game Studios. REUTERS/Jeff Christensen

JC/PB
MICROSOFT
RTR1RER
February 22, 2002
A woman buys one of the first Xbox video game systems in Japan February
22, 2002 in Tokyo. Xbox went...
Tokyo, Japan
A WOMAN BUYS ONE OF THE FIRST XBOX'S IN TOKYO.
A woman buys one of the first Xbox video game systems in Japan February
22, 2002 in Tokyo. Xbox went on sale at thousands of Japanese retail
outlets, and 12 game titles are available. The launch lineup includes
titles from Sega Corp., Konami Corp., Capcom Co. Ltd., Tecmo Ltd. and
Microsoft Game Studios. REUTERS/Jeff Christensen

JC/PB
JAPAN
RTR14UST
November 16, 2001
SEGA CAMPAIGN WOMAN SHOWS CLIENT DEALER NEW ARCADE SOCCER GAME DURING
UNVEILING FOR NEW SEGA PRODUCTS...
Tokyo, Japan
SEGA CAMPAIGN WOMAN SHOWS CLIENT DEALER NEW ARCADE SOCCER GAME DURING
UNVEILING FOR NEW SEGA PRODUCTS...
SEGA CAMPAIGN WOMAN SHOWS CLIENT DEALER NEW ARCADE SOCCER GAME DURING
UNVEILING FOR NEW SEGA PRODUCTS IN TOKYO.


A Sega Corp campaign woman shows a client dealer its new arcade soccer
game during an unveiling for new Sega products in Tokyo November 16,
2001. Sega announced on Friday that it has reached an agreement with
the world's leading soccer trading card and sticker album manufacturer
and marketer Panini S.p.A. of Italy. The agreement with Panini enables
Sega to develop the worlds first innovative arcade soccer game, Sega
said. REUTERS/Toshiyuki Aizawa
JAPAN
RTR14USS
November 16, 2001
A Sega Corporation promotional woman demonstrates its new arcade soccer
game during an unveiling for...
Tokyo, Japan
SEGA PROMOTIONAL WOMAN DEMONSTRATES NEW ARCADE SOCCER GAME DURING
UNVEILING FOR NEW SEGA PRODUCTS IN...
A Sega Corporation promotional woman demonstrates its new arcade soccer
game during an unveiling for new Sega products in Tokyo November 16,
2001. Sega announced on Friday that it has reached an agreement with
the world's leading soccer trading card and sticker album manufacturer
and marketer Panini S.p.A. of Italy. The agreement with Panini enables
Sega to develop the worlds first innovative arcade soccer game, Sega
said. REUTERS/Toshiyuki Aizawa

TA/CP
JAPAN
RTXKU0Z
October 12, 2001
Visitors to the Tokyo Game Show watch a demonstration of new video games for Microsoft Corp's new game...
Makuhari, Japan
Visitors to the Tokyo Game Show watch a demonstration of new video games for Microsoft Corp's new ga.....
Visitors to the Tokyo Game Show watch a demonstration of new video games for Microsoft Corp's new game console Xbox and Sony Computer Entertainment's PalyStation 2 in Makuhari, east of Tokyo, on October 12, 2001. [Japanese game software publisher Sega Corp said on Friday it would make an announcement on an extended alliance with Microsoft Corp in their game business.]
MICROSOFT
RTXKU0Y
October 12, 2001
Japanese promoters display Microsoft Corp's new Xbox game console at the Tokyo Game Show 2001Autumn in...
Makuhari, Japan
Japanese promoters display Microsoft Corp's new Xbox game console at the Tokyo Game Show 2001Autumn .....
Japanese promoters display Microsoft Corp's new Xbox game console at the Tokyo Game Show 2001Autumn in Makuhari, east of Tokyo, on October 12, 2001. [Japanese game software publisher Sega Corp said on Friday it would make an announcement on an extended alliance with Microsoft Corp in their game business.] Microsoft plans to put the Xbox on the U.S. market in November and on the Japanese market next February 22.
JAPAN
RTXKTXY
October 12, 2001
Visitors to the Tokyo Game Show watch a demonstration of new video games for Microsoft Corp's new game...
Makuhari, Japan
Visitors to the Tokyo Game Show watch a demonstration of new video games for Microsoft Corp's new ga.....
Visitors to the Tokyo Game Show watch a demonstration of new video games for Microsoft Corp's new game console Xbox and Sony Computer Entertainment's PalyStation 2 in Makuhari, east of Tokyo, on October 12, 2001. [Japanese game software publisher Sega Corp said on Friday it would make an announcement on an extended alliance with Microsoft Corp in their game business.]
MICROSOFT
RTXKTXX
October 12, 2001
Japanese promoters display Microsoft Corp's new Xbox game console at the Tokyo Game Show 2001Autumn in...
Makuhari, Japan
Japanese promoters display Microsoft Corp's new Xbox game console at the Tokyo Game Show 2001Autumn .....
Japanese promoters display Microsoft Corp's new Xbox game console at the Tokyo Game Show 2001Autumn in Makuhari, east of Tokyo, on October 12, 2001. [Japanese game software publisher Sega Corp said on Friday it would make an announcement on an extended alliance with Microsoft Corp in their game business.] Microsoft plans to put the Xbox on the U.S. market in November and on the Japanese market next February 22.
TECH JAPAN MICROSOFT
RTRO1E7
October 12, 2001
A visitor tries new game software for Sony Computer Entertainment's
PlayStation 2 at the Tokyo Game...
Makuhari, Japan
VISITOR TRIES NEW GAME FOR PLAYSTATION 2 AT TOKYO GAME SHOW 2001 AUTUMN
IN MAKUHARI.
A visitor tries new game software for Sony Computer Entertainment's
PlayStation 2 at the Tokyo Game Show 2001 Autumn in Makuhari, east of
Tokyo October 12, 2001. Japanese game software publisher Sega Corp said
on Friday it will jointly market its personal-computer game software
with with Microsoft Corp in North America. REUTERS/Kimimasa Mayama

KM/PB
TECH JAPAN MICROSOFT
RTRO1DM
October 12, 2001
Visitors enjoy playing new video games on Microsoft Corp's new game
console Xbox at the Tokyo Game Show...
Makuhari, Japan
VISITORS ENJOY GAMES ON MICROSOFT'S XBOX AT TOKYO GAME SHOW 2001 AUTUMN
IN MAKUHARI.
Visitors enjoy playing new video games on Microsoft Corp's new game
console Xbox at the Tokyo Game Show 2001 Autumn at Makuhari, east of
Tokyo October 12, 2001. Japanese game software publisher Sega Corp said
on Friday it will jointly market its personal-computer game software
with with Microsoft Corp in North America. REUTERS/Kimimasa Mayama

KM/PB
TECH JAPAN MICROSOFT
RTRO1CP
October 12, 2001
Visitors crowd around Microsoft Corp's area, where its new game console
Xbox is demonstrated, at the...
Makuhari, Japan
TOKYO GAME SHOW 2001 AUTUMN IN MAKUHARI.
Visitors crowd around Microsoft Corp's area, where its new game console
Xbox is demonstrated, at the Tokyo Game Show 2001 Autumn at Makuhari in
Chiba, east of Tokyo October 12, 2001. Japanese game software publisher
Sega Corp said on Friday it will jointly market its personal-computer
game software with with Microsoft Corp in North America.
REUTERS/Kimimasa Mayama

KM/PB
TECH JAPAN MICROSOFT
RTRO1B7
October 12, 2001
Visitors to the Tokyo Game Show watch a demonstration of new video
games for Microsoft Corp's new game...
Makuhari, Japan
VISITORS TO THE TOKYO GAME SHOW WATCH DEMONSTRATION IN MAKUHARI.
Visitors to the Tokyo Game Show watch a demonstration of new video
games for Microsoft Corp's new game console Xbox and Sony Computer
Entertainment's PalyStation 2 in Makuhari, east of Tokyo, on October
12, 2001. Japanese game software publisher Sega Corp said on Friday it
would make an announcement on an extended alliance with Microsoft Corp
in their game business. REUTERS/Kimimasa Mayama

KM/JD
TECH JAPAN MICROSOFT
RTRO1A6
October 12, 2001
Japanese promoters display Microsoft Corp's new Xbox game console at
the Tokyo Game Show 2001 Autumn...
Makuhari, Japan
MICROSOFT'S NEW GAME CONSOLE XBOX IS SHOWN AT TOKYO GAME SHOW 2001
AUTUMN IN MAKUHARI.
Japanese promoters display Microsoft Corp's new Xbox game console at
the Tokyo Game Show 2001 Autumn in Makuhari, east of Tokyo, on October
12, 2001. Japanese game software publisher Sega Corp said on Friday it
would make an announcement on an extended alliance with Microsoft Corp
in their game business. Microsoft plans to put the Xbox on the U.S.
market in November and on the Japanese market next February 22.
REUTERS/Kimimasa Mayama

KM/JD
TECH JAPAN SEGA
RTRN0RS
September 20, 2001
Flanked by Sonic (R), mascot of Japanese game maker Sega Corp, and
Najavu (L) of videogame software...
Tokyo, Japan
SEGA AND NAMCO EXECUTIVES WITH MASCOTS AT JOINT NEWS CONFERENCE.
Flanked by Sonic (R), mascot of Japanese game maker Sega Corp, and
Najavu (L) of videogame software maker Namco Ltd, Sega executives,
Tetsu Kayama (2nd/R) and Akira Nagai (L), and Namco's Chairman and
chief executive Masaya Nakamura (2nd/L) and Vice President Kushiro
Takagi (R) pose for cameras at a joint news conference in Tokyo
September 20, 2001. Sega and Namco said on Thursday they have agreed to
expand their alliance on amusement arcade business, aiming for cost
efficiency and to create a new entertainment service. REUTERS/Toshiyuki
Aizawa

TA/RCS
JAPAN
RTRGGLM
April 02, 2001
Union workers at Japanese computer game maker Sega Corp hold flags and a banner reading "Against Restructuring"...
Tokyo, Japan
SEGA UNION WORKERS STAGE A DEMONSTRATION AGAINST THEIR COMPANY IN TOKYO.
Union workers at Japanese computer game maker Sega Corp hold flags and a banner reading "Against Restructuring" during a demonstration in front of the company's Tokyo headquarters April 2, 2001, in a protest against the company's restructuring plans. Late last year, Sega unveiled plans to shift into software provisions in an effort to lift the company back into the black. The plan included shifting its 1,600 staff to its software affiliates. Photograph taken with a fisheye lens.

ST/JD
JAPAN
RTRGGKS
April 02, 2001
Union workers at Japanese computer game maker Sega Corp stage a sit-in demonstration in front of the...
Tokyo, Japan
SEGA UNION WORKERS STAGE SIT IN DEMONSTRATION IN TOKYO.
Union workers at Japanese computer game maker Sega Corp stage a sit-in demonstration in front of the company's Tokyo headquarters April 2, 2001, in protest against restructuring plans. Late last year, Sega unveiled plans to shift into software provisions in an effort to lift the company back into the black. The plan included shifting its 1,600 staff to its software affiliates.

ST/JD
MICROSOFT
RTXKESD
March 30, 2001
Microsoft Corp promoters show off a new Xbox videogame console (R) and its controller as they introduce...
Makuhari, Japan
Microsoft Corp promoters show off a new Xbox videogame console (R) and its controller as they introd.....
Microsoft Corp promoters show off a new Xbox videogame console (R) and its controller as they introduce the new game machine during Tokyo Game Show at Makuhari Messe, Japan March 30, 2001. Microsoft announced that more than 70 Japanese game companies, [including Sega Corporation], have declared their support for X box.
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RTXKESC
March 30, 2001
Microsoft Corp Chairman Bill Gates gestures as he delivers a speech during a keynote lecture at Makuhari...
Makuhari, Japan
Microsoft Corp Chairman Bill Gates gestures as he delivers a speech during a keynote lecture at Maku.....
Microsoft Corp Chairman Bill Gates gestures as he delivers a speech during a keynote lecture at Makuhari Messe, Japan March 30, 2001. Gates announced that more than 70 Japanese game companies, [including Sega Corporation], have declared their support for Xbox.
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RTXKESB
March 30, 2001
Bill Gates, Chairman and Chief Software Architect of Microsoft, is introduced before his keynote address...
Tokyo, Japan
Bill Gates, Chairman and Chief Software Architect of Microsoft, is introduced before his keynote add.....
Bill Gates, Chairman and Chief Software Architect of Microsoft, is introduced before his keynote address at the Tokyo game show March 30, 2001. At the show, Gates underscored Microsoft's commitment to the Japanese market, and he announced that more than 70 Japanese game companies, [including Sega Corporation], have declared their support for Xbox.
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RTXKESA
March 30, 2001
Bill Gates, Chairman and Chief Software Architect of Microsoft, makes a point during his keynote address...
Tokyo, Japan
Bill Gates, Chairman and Chief Software Architect of Microsoft, makes a point during his keynote add.....
Bill Gates, Chairman and Chief Software Architect of Microsoft, makes a point during his keynote address at the Tokyo game show March 30, 2001. At the show, Gates underscored Microsoft's commitment to the Japanese market, and he announced that more than 70 Japanese game companies, [including Sega Corporation], have declared their support for Xbox.
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RTXKES9
March 30, 2001
Bill Gates, Chairman and Chief Software Architect of Microsoft, holds the new controler for the Xbox...
Tokyo, Japan
Bill Gates, Chairman and Chief Software Architect of Microsoft, holds the new controler for the Xbox.....
Bill Gates, Chairman and Chief Software Architect of Microsoft, holds the new controler for the Xbox game counsole during his key note address at the Tokyo game show March 30, 2001.At the show, Gates underscored Microsoft's commitment to the Japanese market, and he announced that more than 70 Japanese game companies, [including Sega Corporation], have declared their support for Xbox.
JAPAN
RTXKES8
March 30, 2001
Bill Gates, Chairman and Chief Software Architect of Microsoft, shakes hands with Kenzo Tsujimoto (L),...
Tokyo, Japan
Bill Gates, Chairman and Chief Software Architect of Microsoft, shakes hands with Kenzo Tsujimoto (L.....
Bill Gates, Chairman and Chief Software Architect of Microsoft, shakes hands with Kenzo Tsujimoto (L), vice chairman of the Computer Entertainment Software Association in Japan in Microsoft's Xbox booth at the Tokyo game show March 30, 2001. At the show, Gates underscored the company's commitment to the Japanese market, and he announced that more than 70 Japanese game companies, [including Sega Corporation], have declared their support for Xbox.
TECH MICROSOFT XBOX
RTRGCRZ
March 30, 2001
Microsoft Corp promoters show off a new Xbox videogame console (R) and its controller as they introduce...
Makuhari, Japan
MICROSOFT CORP PROMOTERS SHOW OFF NEW XBOX CONSOLE IN MAKUHARI.
Microsoft Corp promoters show off a new Xbox videogame console (R) and its controller as they introduce the new game machine during Tokyo Game Show at Makuhari Messe, Japan March 30, 2001. Microsoft announced that more than 70 Japanese game companies, including Sega Corporation, have declared their support for Xbox.

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TECH MICROSOFT XBOX
RTRGCRJ
March 30, 2001
Microsoft Corp Chairman Bill Gates gestures as he delivers a speech during a keynote lecture at Makuhari...
Makuhari, Japan
MICROSOFT CORP CHAIRMAN BILL GATES DELIVERS SPEECH AT LECTURE IN MAKUHARI.
Microsoft Corp Chairman Bill Gates gestures as he delivers a speech during a keynote lecture at Makuhari Messe, Japan March 30, 2001. Gates announced that more than 70 Japanese game companies, including Sega Corporation, have declared their support for Xbox.

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MICROSOFT TOKYO GAME SHOW
RTRGCMT
March 30, 2001
Bill Gates, Chairman and Chief Software Architect of Microsoft, is introduced before his keynote address...
Tokyo, Japan
MICROSOFT'S BILL GATES AT TOKYO GAME SHOW KEYNOTE ADDRESS.
Bill Gates, Chairman and Chief Software Architect of Microsoft, is introduced before his keynote address at the Tokyo game show March 30, 2001. At the show, Gates underscored Microsoft's commitment to the Japanese market, and he announced that more than 70 Japanese game companies, including Sega Corporation, have declared their support for Xbox.

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MICROSOFT TOKYO GAME SHOW
RTRGCKZ
March 30, 2001
Bill Gates, Chairman and Chief Software Architect of Microsoft, makes a point during his keynote address...
Tokyo, Japan
MICROSOFT'S BILL GATES AT TOKYO GAME SHOW KEYNOTE.
Bill Gates, Chairman and Chief Software Architect of Microsoft, makes a point during his keynote address at the Tokyo game show March 30, 2001. At the show, Gates underscored Microsoft's commitment to the Japanese market, and he announced that more than 70 Japanese game companies, including Sega Corporation, have declared their support for Xbox.

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MICROSOFT TOKYO GAME SHOW
RTRGCKC
March 30, 2001
Bill Gates, Chairman and Chief Software Architect of Microsoft, holds the new controler for the Xbox...
Tokyo, Japan
MICROSOFT'S BILL GATES AT THE TOKYO GAME SHOW.
Bill Gates, Chairman and Chief Software Architect of Microsoft, holds the new controler for the Xbox game counsole during his key note address at the Tokyo game show March 30, 2001. At the show, Gates underscored Microsoft's commitment to the Japanese market, and he announced that more than 70 Japanese game companies, including Sega Corporation, have declared their support for Xbox.

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MICROSOFT TOKYO GAME SHOW
RTRGCDT
March 30, 2001
Bill Gates, Chairman and Chief Software Architect of Microsoft, shakes hands with Kenzo Tsujimoto (L),...
Tokyo, Japan
MICROSOFT'S BILL GATES AND KENZO TSUJIMOTO AT THE TOKYO GAME SHOW.
Bill Gates, Chairman and Chief Software Architect of Microsoft, shakes hands with Kenzo Tsujimoto (L), vice chairman of the Computer Entertainment Software Association in Japan in Microsoft's Xbox booth at the Tokyo game show March 30, 2001. At the show, Gates underscored the company's commitment to the Japanese market, and he announced that more than 70 Japanese game companies, including Sega Corporation, have declared their support for Xbox.

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