They're "hard at work" making the Iron Man 2 videogame, and are committed to making all three games "hugely successful" alongside the now "combined forces" of Disney and Marvel.
"At this time there are no changes to Sega's existing licensing agreement for the Iron Man 2, Thor and Captain America videogame titles," said Sega.
The current license deal let's Sega develop games based on the original comics and flicks of Iron Man, Thor and Captain America for home consoles, handhelds and on PC.
"We're hard at work on the Iron Man 2 game and committed to making all three of these titles hugely successful working right alongside the combined forces at Disney and Marvel."
Sega would like to explore "future ventures" with the new owners, and congratulated Disney on a superb buy. Disney paid $4 billion (£2.5 billion) for Marvel's superhero entourage.