Sega Park Acton
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|Sega Park Acton|
|Location: Acton, London, United Kingdom|
|Google maps: 51.524713,-0.280996|
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Sega Park Acton was an indoor Sega Park arcade located in the Super Bowl at Royale Leisure Park, Western Avenue, Park Royal, Acton, London, United Kingdom. It opened on November 11th, 1994, around the time the leisure park was first open. Its closing date is not known, although very likely before Leisure Exchange purchased the remaining Sega arcades in 2000.
Super Bowl became Megabowl in 2002 or earlier, which eventually became a Tenpin bowling centre and is still open as of 2014.
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