This is something that we don't actually hear all that often. The PC side of gaming for Sega is actually doing better than the console counterparts.
The latest earnings report published by Sega showed that the PC sales had grown tremendously whilst the console sales had flopped a bit. They are also starting to see digital sales rival that of the packaged sales now.
Sega's consumer business made $27 million last year, which includes all sales of both digital and retail console, handheld, and PC games.
Last year the packaged PC sales were only at 770,000, this year they have grown to a rather large 2.27 million. This is in a drastic change to the console market that went from 2.73 million to just 1.2 million.