Sportstron TV-Game
Image: The Coca-Cola Company

Back in the 1970s, it seems like everyone was releasing clones of the popular tennis game Pong, but one we've never encountered until today is the Coca-Cola Sportstron S3300.

This is a Japanese-exclusive clone that the electronics company Fuji Electric designed and manufactured for Coca-Cola and was subject to advertisements where Japanese models would drink Coke, dance around with tennis rackets in front of a big monitor, and sing.

We came across the commercial, recently, after @soloship777 posted about it on Twitter, and it sent us down a bit of a rabbit hole trying to find more information.

From what we could gather, it was given away in a sweepstakes competition that you could enter after collecting 10 caps off bottles of Coca-Cola, Fanta, and Sprite. It also featured three game variations, including Tennis, Football, and Squash.

Some of the key features of the machine, as shown off in the commercial, include its two Coca-Cola bottle top-esque spinners and a shell that is painted in the classic Coca-Cola red. We were able to find a few Japanese sellers online, with most advertising this rare machine between $200-$300.

Funnily enough, this isn't the soft-drink company's only game console either, with Coca-Cola also releasing a branded Sega Game Gear to tie in with the release of the platformer Coca-Cola Kid in the 1990s.

Is this something you'd want for your own collection? Let us know in the comments!

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