Some other early Sega arcades:
"Metropolis" was situated in a basement of Hamley's (the big London toy store), circa November 1992. No idea what the story was there, but there was merchandise!
(wiki page in a bit)
"SegaFolies" opened in Spring 1993 in a Marseilles (France) branch of Virgin Megastores. Good luck finding anything on that.
When Euro Disney opened (now Disneyland Paris) there was also a Sega venue of some description which apparently counts as the first Sega-branded arcade in Europe. Except I can't prove it existed yet. Quite a lot about the construction of Euro Disney though - it's almost interesting.
EDIT: oop from a press release in 1996:
Sega Worlds at:
Stakis Hotel, Westover Rd, BOURNEMOUTH;
Strykers Pleasure Bowl, Castle Ground, River Drive, TAMWORTH, Staffs;
Strykers Pleasure Bowl, Shaw Rd, Bushbury, WOLVERHAMPTON;
Blockbuster Video, 53-59 High Rd, Erdington, BIRMINGHAM.
Sega Parks at:
Super Bowl, Pincent Lane, READING, Berks;
Super Bowl, Royale Leisure Park, Western Avenue, Park Royal, LONDON;
Arena One, Brunel Way, Ashton Gate, BRISTOL.
Sega Zones at:
12 Powis St, Woolwich, LONDON;
30-32 Electric Avenue, Brixton, LONDON.
Planet Sega, Queens Ice Rink, 155 Queens Court, Queensway, LONDON;
This post has been edited by Black Squirrel: 06 November 2014 - 03:25 PM