Sega Net has signed up more than 100,000 gamers in its first month. The company identifies NFL 2K1
as one of the major incentives driving Sega Net growth, and reports that users are logging on for an average of two hours each day. "Initial numbers such as these prove the potential of the online community. Given this tremendous support, we will continue to provide gamers with the best content available online," said Sega.com CEO Brad Huang. Sega hopes to build on the momentum with the release of online Dreamcast versions of Quake 3
and NBA 2K1
later this month.