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Hisao Oguchi

Hisao Oguchi
Born Hisao Oguchi
Occupation President, and COO of Sega Corporation
Director, Vice Chairman, and Chief Creative Officer of Sega Sammy Holdings

Hisao Oguchi is the current President and COO of Sega Corporation as well as the current Director, Vice Chairman, and Chief Creative Officer of Sega Sammy Holdings Inc.[1] Oguchi originally was President and CEO of Sega[2] until the merger with Sammy. As former head of Sega AM3, Oguchi was instrumental in the creation of arcade games including Top Skater, Virtua Tennis, and Crazy Taxi.[3]


  1. ^ Plunkett, Jack W. (2009-01-01). Plunkett's Entertainment and Media Industry Almanac 2009 (E-Book): Entertainment and Media Industry Market Research, Statistics, Trends and Leading Companies. Plunkett Research, Ltd. pp. 482–.  
  2. ^ Plunkett, Jack W. (January 2006). Plunkett's Entertainment & Media Industry Almanac 2006: The Only Complete Guide to the Technologies and Companies Changing the Way the World Shares Entertainment and Information. Plunkett Research, Ltd. pp. 472–.  
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