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Sega Europe chief departs after four months ‘by mutual agreement’

Sega today announced the departure of its top European-based executive Chris Bergstresser, who held the roles of President and COO. He only joined the company back in August, speaking of a roadmap that was planned as far as 2020, so his departure after just a few months looks to be …

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Sega Europe appoints Chris Bergstresser as new president and COO

Hot off the back of two promotions for John Clark and Tim Heaton, Sega Europe has announced that Chris Bergstresser is to take on the role of its new president and COO. In this role, Bergstresser will be responsible for the overall management of the business, including overseeing its five …

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Sega promotes John Clark and Creative Assembly’s Tim Heaton

Sega Europe has announced two internal promotions for John Clark and Creative Assembly’s Tim Heaton, with Clark rising to the position of executive vice president of publishing and Heaton stepping into the role of executive vice president of studios. Both promotions are effective immediately, and each of them will directly …

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Sega Europe signs publishing deal with Two Point Studios

Sega Europe has announced a new publishing parternship with Two Point Studios, the Surrey-based studio headed up by industry veteran Gary Carr and Lionhead co-founder Mark Webley. The duo, who were previously responsible for titles such as Theme Park, Black & White and Fable, already have a new sim title …

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Sega Europe COO and president Jurgen Post departs publisher

Sega Europe has announced the departure of its COO and president Jurgen Post after ten years with the company. Previously, Post served as managing director and senior vice president, before assuming his current role in 2012. During his time at Sega Europe, Post streamlined the company’s European setup and doubled …

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