Five Star Games to distribute Sega titles in Benelux and Australia following restructure

By Matt Williams, Friday, 29 June 2012 08:45 GMT

Following a spate of office closures, newcomer Five Star Games will handle the future distribution of Sega titles in Benelux and Australia.

Five Star Games was established by Darren MacBeth, the former Managing Director of SEGA Australia, in the wake of the company restructure.

A press release distributed by Sega states that “Five Star is focused exclusively on selling, marketing and distributing premium quality video games in the Australian market.”

Five Star Games will assume distribution duties from July 1st.

Thanks, CVG.

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