Sega is still best known for uber popular gaming characters such as Sonic the Hedgehog and the Genesis gaming console, but has struggled to compete in the current PC and console landscape. However, Sega plans to release 20 mobile games in the next fiscal year, though gamers can expect majority of the games available between April and September.
The game studio is building new hope around mobile gaming, yielding solid results: two games generate at least $4 million per month, with six other mobile titles generating $1 million within one month.
The company has focused more on internal game development, but is open to collaborating with third-party developers on new titles.
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