Elimination! © 1973 Kee Games.
A fast-paced 2, 3 or 4-player ping pong game. Each player has to defend his or her goal on each side of the screen.
Inside the game lived a standard black and white television that was installed at a 45 degree angle to the sides of the machine, so each player had a corner facing directly at her. It looked sort of like a diamond inside a rectangle. The game ran on a single printed circuit board that had no RAM, no ROM, and no processors to be found anywhere.
Elimination was released in October 1973, selling at an MSRP of $600. Approximately 500 units were produced in the US.
Atari would release this game as "Quadra Pong" in 1974.