Shooting at Sega CEO’s Home
It has been a great week for Nintendo, but not for Sega Sammy, as a gun was fired at the home of its CEO.
Earlier this week, the massive house of Hajime Satomi, the CEO of Sega Sammy, came under bullet-fire. Luckily, no one was injured during the shooting. Kotaku reports that no one besides the mansion's security guards were home at Satomi's house at 3:30 AM when the gunshots were first heard and seen. After the calamity settled down and the house was properly inspected, it seems the only thing damaged was a light outside of Satomi's front gate. Despite any major damage and a lack of injury, police are still investigating the event. Reportedly, there are no previous threats made against Satomi or Sega Sammy, which is at least semi good news.
For those who don't know, Sega Sammy is the merged company consisting of Sega and the Pachinko arcade developer, Sammy.
Here's to hoping the shooter is found quickly and dealt with appropriately.