I’m a video game enthusiast and have been running my own game room, The Game Grid Arcade in West Valley City, Utah since 2008. Over the past few years, we’ve traced the evolution of the Atari PONG Table from a coffee table on Kickstarter to a full-fledged gaming console. As indicated in the title of this article, and also shown in the table above, this game is shipping to arcades and other interested buyers, and stock is available in the U.S. and Canada. The game is not yet available on the UNIS website, but you can find a brochure about it here if you want to learn more. It is available as a card game or coin-operated game, and there is a payout machine on each side of the player; tickets can also be purchased. A variant was a 4-player version of the game that UNIS Atari called PONG Knockout. If you can’t watch the video, it’s essentially Atari’s Quadrapong, but implemented in the same electromechanical way as the 2-player units.