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Extraordinary costs related to the Dreamcast shutdown are forcing Sega to issue bonds.

Game Developer, Staff

May 29, 2001

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The company will issue more than $400 million dollars worth of zero coupon bonds in order to offset Dreamcast debt and costs related to development for rival consoles. The convertible bonds will be issued in Japan and overseas excluding the United States. Subscription will take place from June 6 to Jun 15 with payment on June 18; the conversion price will be decided at a future board meeting. The conversion period will be from July 2, 2001 until June 11, 2004.

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