GLENDALE CALIF. GameWorks chain is ratcheting up new food-and-beverage formats to better compete against such other games-and-dining specialists as Dave & Buster’s and Chuck E. Cheese’s. —With the parental support of Japanese-based video game giant Sega Corp., the struggling 19-unit Sega Entertainment U.S.A. Inc., or SEUI, Sega Corp.’s Glendale-based North American operations arm, this month launched World Sports Grille, a new dining ...
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