SEGA plans major restructuring, cutting jobs and axing titles
SEGA is preparing itself to slim down and streamline ahead of announcement of record losses.
With the end of the current financial year looming this week SEGA is expected to announce 54 million USD of losses.
In the light of these they are preparing a major restructuring programme in Europe and the US which result in titles being axed and jobs being lost.
They will be refocusing their efforts on the more profitable titles in their portfolio like Sonic The Hedgehog and more importantly for the UK, the Total War and Football Manager series guaranteeing the safety of jobs at Creative Assembly and Sports Interactive respectively.
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