|Type||Brand name of City Connection|
|Founded||October 3, 1974 (Japan Leisure Co.)|
2000 (PCCW Japan)
2002 (Jaleco Limited)
July 3, 2006 (Jaleco Holding)
April 2009 (Encom Holdings)
(Closed on May 21, 2014)
|Key people||not disclosed|
|Number of people||not disclosed|
Jaleco is a brand name owned by City Connection.
Japan Leisure Company
Japan Leisure Company was founded in 1974.
Around 1980, the company was renamed Jaleco.
Jaleco was acquired by Hong Kong-based PCCW in 2000 and rebranded PCCW Japan.
PCCW Japan was renamed Jaleco Limited in 2002.
In August 2005, Jaleco Limited was sold to Sandringham Fund SPC and was made a subsidiary of Hyperlink Investments Group, itself a subsidiary of Sandringham Fund SPC.
In 2006, Jaleco Limited was renamed Jaleco Holding, while the company's video game operations were spun off into a company named Jaleco, which became a subsidiary of Jaleco Holding.
In October 2007, Hyperlink Investments sold Jaleco Holding to Game Yarou.
In April 2009, Jaleco Holding left the video game industry and was renamed Encom Holdings.
Encom Holdings ceased operations after Game Yarou went bankrupt on May 21, 2014.
Acquisition by City Connection
In 2014, after the bankruptcy of Game Yarou, City Connection, a company named after one of Jaleco's games, purchased the intellectual property of Jaleco.
Video games by Jaleco by the WEC Museum
|Banishing Racer||Game Boy||1991|
|Bases Loaded||Game Boy, NES||1987|
|Battle Unit Zeoth||Game Boy||1990|
|Burn!! Jūdō Warriors||NES||1990|
|City Connection||Arcade, NES||1985|
|Formation Z||Arcade, NES||1984|
|Fortified Zone||Game Boy||1991|
|The Fortress of Fury 2||Game Boy||1992|
|Hero Pinball Party||Game Boy||1990|
|The Ignition Factor||SNES||1994|
|JaJaMaru's Big Adventure||NES||1986|
|Jaleco Rally: Big Run - The Supreme 4WD Challenge||SNES||1989|
|Operation Logic Bomb: The Ultimate Search & Destroy||SNES||1993|
|The Peace Keepers||SNES||1994|
|Rod Land||Game Boy, NES||1990|
|Super Earth Defense Force||SNES||1991|
|Tetris Plus 2||Arcade||1997|