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In the early 90's, Bit Corp. created a subsidiary in Argentina called Bit Argentina. They were importing all kind of Famicom games from Taiwan and sold them in South America. Bit Argentina outlived Bit Corp. For example, they had the time to import and release non original copies of [[Street Fighter II: The World Warrior|''Street Fighter II'']].
 
In the early 90's, Bit Corp. created a subsidiary in Argentina called Bit Argentina. They were importing all kind of Famicom games from Taiwan and sold them in South America. Bit Argentina outlived Bit Corp. For example, they had the time to import and release non original copies of [[Street Fighter II: The World Warrior|''Street Fighter II'']].
   
In 1992, Nintendo entered Argentina thanks to H.Briones Argentina SA, which became the representative of this company. Looking at the huge wave of piracy in the form of the many famiclones, Nintendo got along with Bit and the company became an official distributor of Nintendo products in Argentina.<ref>Action Games n° 12, Argentina,1993</ref>
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In 1993, Nintendo entered Argentina thanks to H.Briones Argentina SA, which became the representative of this company. Looking at the huge wave of piracy in the form of the many famiclones, Nintendo got along with Bit and the company became an official distributor of Nintendo products in Argentina.<ref>Action Games n° 12, Argentina,1993</ref>
   
 
In 1994 Bit Argentina distributed consoles through Bitgame Club. <ref>Action Games n° 26, Argentina, 1994. </ref>
 
In 1994 Bit Argentina distributed consoles through Bitgame Club. <ref>Action Games n° 26, Argentina, 1994. </ref>

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