torsdag 22. april 2010
With hits scarce, Sega cuts staffers in U.S. and Europe
Sega West, a division of the Japanese video game maker Sega, has just implemented a major restructuring of its business in North America and Europe. Consequently, the company has “made the reluctant decision to reduce headcount by 36 employees in the San Francisco offices and 37 in London.” This represents a 15 percent workforce cut in North America and 10 percent in Europe (so roughly 12 percent overall for Sega West). Why is this happening? Sega is now looking to put much more emphasis on the growing digital sector, Sega West President Mike Hayes said. For more, see Industry Gamers.