Nacon, formerly "Bigben Interactive SA" is a French video game company based in Lesquin. Established in February 1981, the company designs and distributes accessories for video game consoles, and publishes video games for various platforms.
In 2001, the company reached an agreement with Sega to distribute the remaining stock of Sega's Dreamcast consoles, accessories and software across Europe. Bigben Interactive's main markets are those of France, Germany, Belgium, Luxembourg and the Netherlands.
In December 2016, three years after Atari's initial bankruptcy sale, Atari sold the Test Drive franchise to Bigben Interactive. The V-Rally series was also sold to Bigben Interactive around this time without a formal announcement.
Through 2020, Bigben Interactive was subsidiary of the Bigben Group, which also oversaw Nacon, its video game accessory company. On 11 February 2020, the parent company announced they were merging Bigben Interactive and Nacon into a single entity to go as Nacon.