Sega has reported their financial results for the first quarter of the 2009 financial year, and while the video games segment of their business saw sales growth of 90.6%, the company is still reporting a $963 million loss. The problem? Those pesky Pachinko machines. With an operating income loss of $29 million and an overall sales drop of 21.8%, Pachinko is making the consumer side of Sega look bad. As stated, the consumer side of the coin is shiny, rising from $1.4 billion last year to $2.7 billion, with 87% of sales coming from North America and Europe.