Yeah I can kind of see that happening too, especially if all of the "Super Game" noise goes by like a fart in the video game industry wind and nobody has any new ideas. It's weird knowing that Sega technically established the GiGO brand in the first place though, which Genda then actually used as leverage to claim "we're not really changing anything, lads" - even when they did change the specific meaning of it from 'Gimmick God' to 'Go into the Gaming Oasis' or whatever, and had the whole concept generally far removed from just massive flagship locations in urban areas. Joypolis' fate in the middle of all of this is odd too. Sega effectively still have some interests in it like they did with Genda for a year or so through their small share percentage, whilst that company has got involved some diversified sports amusement things, and seemingly closed the original Chinese location in Qingdao recently too. And yet, there have been Sega-ran official events happening at the Tokyo one as recent as the present few months. God knows what their game is with it anymore, however it does feel like every few years there's been more rumours that they're threatening international expansion again.