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Grandstand Leisure Ltd


Active in England and New Zealand during the '70s and '80s. Distributed the Fairchild Channel F and a number of Pong consoles, then Sega's SG-1000 and SG-3000 in New Zealand. Merged with Tiger Electronics.

Also Known As

  • Adman Grandstand


Monaco GP(1983)
Sega Flipper(1983)
Crazy Climber(1982)
Videocart-15: Memory Match(1978)
Videocart-21: Bowling (1978)
Videocart-16: Dodge-It(1978)
Videocart-17: Pinball Challenge(1978)
Videocart-18: Hangman(1978)
Videocart-20: Video Whizball(1978)
PC-506 Superbwipeout(1978)
Videocart-10: Maze(1977)
Videocart-11: Backgammon, Acey-Deucey(1977)
Videocart-12: Baseball(1977)
PC-501 Supersportic(1977)
Videocart-13: Robot War, Torpedo Alley(1977)
Videocart-14: Sonar Search(1977)
Videocart-6: Math Quiz I(1977)
Videocart-7: Math Quiz II(1977)
Videocart-8: Magic Numbers(1977)
Videocart-9: Drag Strip(1977)
PC-508 Fundamental(1977)
TV Game Model: T-800(1977)
Grandstand Model: 5000 Colour Video TV Game(1977)
Odyssey 3000(1977)
Gamatic 7600(1977)
Color TV Sports 406(1977)
Videocart-4: Spitfire(1977)
Videocart-5: Space War(1977)
Videocart-3: Video Blackjack(1976)
Videocart-1: Tic-Tac-Toe, Shooting Gallery, Doodle, Quadra-Doodle(1976)
Channel F (included games)(1976)
Videocart-2: Desert Fox, Shooting Gallery(1976)


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