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Video Games
This section encompasses logos appearing on video games, arcade games, and related media such as consoles, slots and pachinko machines.
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Sega was originally founded in 1940 as "Standard Games" in Honolulu, Hawaii. The company was then moved to Tokyo, Japan by Raymond Lemaire and Richard Stewart as a means of distributing coin-operated games and was renamed "Service Games". In later years the company would become "Sega" (an abbreviation for "SErvice GAmes"), its current identity. Sega would soon become an immediate competitor to Nintendo.
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The 2K Games logo seen on Nintendo DS titles
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Atari SA
Take-Two Interactive Software
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Embracer Group
Ubisoft Entertainment
Acclaim Entertainment
Foundation 9 Entertainment
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Bandai Namco Holdings
The Walt Disney Company
Sony Group Corporation
Warner Bros. Discovery
Paramount Global
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
Koei Tecmo Holdings
Columbus Nova
Tommo Inc.
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