SEGA Launches “GO SEGA” Website to celebrate the Company’s 60th Annivesary & Introduces A New Ambassador

SEGA has launched it’s new website, “GO SEGA” to celebrate the company’s 60th anniversary with a brand new logo and showcasing the history of SEGA’s greatest achievements in gaming. SEGA will celebrate it’s 60th Anniversary on June 3, 2020 with updates on Ayumi’s 60 Year History and various content such as interviews, events and more. SEGA Holdings Co., Ltd. Chairman (Representative Director), Haruki Satomi, left a message on the website to fans saying:

“This year, sixty years will have passed since Nihon Goraku Bussan Co. Ltd., the predecessor of SEGA, was established on June 3, 1960. We are indebted to everyone who has patronized the SEGA Group for many years, and would like to express our deep gratitude to all of you. We want to astonish the world with breath-taking experiences that no one in the world has ever imagined. We want to be a company that continues to provide inspirational experiences to everyone in the new world of the future.

That is why we must overcome all obstacles and keep taking on new challenges. The key message of the 60th anniversary, “GO SEGA”,expresses such aspirations. The SEGA Group is planning a variety of special contents for this 60th anniversary. Through these special contents, we will deliver the passion of the SEGA Group to the entire.”

SEGA has also released a new campaign video featuring the eldest son of Hiroshi Fujioka (known for his iconic role as Segata Sanshiro), Masaki Fujioka, as SEGA’s 60th Anniversary Ambassador “Sega Shiro” who wants people to know more about SEGA. Here is the updated Sega Shiro website to check out What are your expectations for SEGA’s 60th Anniversary? Let us know by leaving a comment below.

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11 responses to “SEGA Launches “GO SEGA” Website to celebrate the Company’s 60th Annivesary & Introduces A New Ambassador

  1. Jay Boerner says:

    This made my morning. So much love for Sega <3

  2. Ramiro G. says:

    🥳👏👏👏

  3. didz says:

    so…no saturn mini then?^^
    once the messages open i`m going to spam them with requests for shining force 4 😀

    • Lenticular Leo says:

      Have to wait till June 3rd for announcement of what it is.

      This is just the reveal Sega Shiro – son of Segata Sanshiro.
      Which is probably the mascot of Saturn mini like Segata was of the original Saturn.

    • didz says:

      why do you think there is still going to be an announcement?
      everyone thought sega was going to reveal a new virtua fighter or even saturn mini on the 25th, but “all” it ended up being was the launch of their new anniversary-site. THAT was the announcement, and they are just using sega shiro to promote this new page.

      or am i missing something here?

  4. sergio mazza says:

    Dreamcast mini please for 2021.

  5. Clinton Harrison Jr. says:

    Sega Shiro, huh? This could be a teaser of Sega getting back into the game console market.

  6. ray says:

    virtua striker 4 remastered, pls

  7. Eck says:

    Any idea how Sega did with Mega Drive mini exactly?
    This will be a good indication of whether there will be a Saturn mini and eventually a Dreamcast mini ect.

    Money talks after all as they say.

  8. PEDRO FERREIRA says:

    There website isn’t just missing North American and European Sega history it’s missing parts of the Japanese history as well. I hope they sort that out.

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