Sega will soon offer its Dreamcast video console free to customers who sign up for its new Internet service.
The firm will announce Sega.com, a new company devoted to online gaming, and its own branded Internet service, to be called SegaNet. The high-speed service will let gamers play each other over the Internet.
The company will offer a rebate of $200 – the cost of the Dreamcast game console – to gamers who sign up for two years of SegaNet Internet service, expected to launch next fall.
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