Centre Sega

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Centre Sega was the name given to at least two Sega-themed indoor arcades opened in France in the mid 90s. The venues were located in La Tête Dans Les Nuages entertainment centres, with both branches operating alongside a McDonalds restaurant and the larger flagship Paris site also containing a MicroMania retail outlet and a bowling alley.

In its original incarnation, La Tête Dans Les Nuages was partly-owned by Formula One driver Alain Prost, and four others, including Philippe Gimond and Didier Calmels. After filing for bankruptcy in March 1999, the original Amiens venue closed and Paris was acquired by new owners; it is still open to this day. Several other La Tête Dans Les Nuages locations with arcades were opened during the time the franchise was operational, however how many of these were directly affiliated with Sega at any point in time is currently unknown.