The arcade closed for good on 1 June 2008 when Oriental City closed due to the buyout of the centre by a property developer.
The Burger King next door to the arcade was closed in mid 2015.
This Sega Park was housed in Arena One bowling (later Bristol Megabowl).
This Sega Park was housed in the Eastgate Centre by the food court.
It was one of the venues sold to Leisure Exchange in 2000 and remained open until 2005.
The arcade's former shop unit houses a branch of Regis Hairdressers.
This Sega Park was opened by Leisure Exchange in 2002 (the only new Sega Park opened by them) and was located next to a Burger King in the same building, both of which were located near the Brighton Pier.
Currently, the only Sega World arcades that remain open are in Japan, despite most of them becoming unbranded Sega arcades.
Metropolis was the first Sega-themed arcade in the UK.
A Sega arcade located in the Debenhams store in Romford, London. This Sega Park was housed in the Oriental City Shopping Centre.