Sega Zone Line-Up Announced for Inaugural PC Gamer Weekender

72 PCs, over 20 games, there just aren’t enough hours in the weekend!

SEGA Europe Ltd. have today announced the line-up for the SEGA Zone at the inaugural PC GAMER WEEKENDER at The Truman Brewery, London on the 5th & 6th March. SEGA will be taking over the largest single-publisher area with 72 PCs exhibiting more than 20 games including the hotly anticipated upcoming fantasy, strategy epic, Total War: WARHAMMER, fan-favourite; Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War II and a whole host of great SEGA games from the ever-growing back catalogue. For a full list of SEGA titles being exhibited and details of how to buy tickets, log on to

Anyone who visits the SEGA Zone and plays a SEGA game during the event will be given an Instant Win Scratch Card, guaranteed to grant them a free copy of one of the many SEGA titles currently available on Steam. Ten lucky winners will win the star prize of SEGA’s entire back catalogue on Steam up to December 2015, that’s over 250 titles plus all the associated DLC. We asked astronauts aboard the International Space Station if their on-board computer system could calculate the amount of gaming hours that would equate to only for them to receive a ‘Guru Meditation’ error message.

In addition to all the gaming action, Sports Interactive will be hosting a Football Manager Pub Quiz compared by author of Football Manager Stole My Life: 20 Years of Beautiful Obsession author, Iain Macintosh, on the 5th March from 6.30pm. There will be Football Manager themed prizes up for grabs as 30 teams of four battle it out at the Truman Brewery’s Corbet Place Bar and Lounge to find the ultimate Football anoraks! For details of how to sign up and for more information, log on to

SEGA are also sponsoring the Common Room where the hottest indie devs will gather together to give you early access to their latest projects. Details of how you can get involved with exhibiting your game can be found by logging on to

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