|Fast facts on Sega Pro|
|Publisher: Paragon Publishing|
|Country of origin: United Kingdom|
|Backed systems: Sega Master System, Sega Mega Drive, Sega Game Gear, Sega Saturn|
|First issue date: November 1991|
|Number of issues: 61|
|Price: £1.95, later £2.95|
Sega Pro is a British Sega magazine which was in circulation from late 1991 to 1996.
With the October 1994 issue a separate Sega Pro CD version was released every month. This version had the same editorial content as Sega Pro, but also included a Mega CD demo disc for the for the price of £4.99 (later £5.99). The first three issues were numbered 1 through 3, then after they shared the same numbering as the standard Sega Pro. This ran for fourteen issues up until October 1995, by which time the lack of new Mega CD development had led them to recycle old demos from defunct sister magazine Mega Power.
Content from Sega Pro was syndicated for use in the following publications;