In light of Atlus and NIS America’s decision to end their partnership— which means NIS America will no longer handle publishing Atlus games in Europe– Sega SVP of commercial publishing, John Clark, has announced that Sega is “very interested” in filling the role that NIS America used to occupy for Atlus.
Clark stated the following:
“We’re very interested in bringing all of the group’s Japanese content not just to the West, but to Europe in particular. We are always trying to find a way. And that’s an on-going process. That’s something we are continually assessing and talking to and if there are really strong opportunities to support the Japanese content in Europe, we’ll do it.”
The fact that Sega is voicing interest shouldn’t be too much of a surprise, given that it is the parent company of Atlus. It remains to be seen whether Atlus will take Sega up on its offer.
Source: Nintendo Everything