Theorysonic Tournament 1100 is a home video game console developed by Theorysonic. It is the first Tournament game console that is not a home pong console and it is also the last console in the Tournament series.
Theorysonic Tournament 1100 was launched in 1980, in El Kadsre with the price of $199.99. The console featured 2-player controllers, the cartridge slot, high-quality performance and better colors, much superior to Atari 2600.
The Tournament 1100 was unable to overtake Atari 2600, the leader of second generation era home console.
The console barely survived the media crash of 1982 and was discontinued on November 30, 1984, worldwide following the North American video game crash of 1983.
The Tournament 1100 has over 200+ games. Their hits including Xoshi, Pac-Man, Space Invaders, Galaxian, Galaga, Dig-Dug, Donkey Kong, Donkey Kong Jr., Upper Control, Bionicle, Q-Bert, Pole Position, Pong X, Mission Action, etc.
Tournament 1100 received fairly positive reviews from critics.