Answer: Stadium Events
When it comes to exceptionally expensive video games, the console is king. While old computer games are known by nostalgic gamblers to earn one or two pennies, video game auctions with absurdly high bids are earning cradles from old consoles at astronomical prices.
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Stadium Events ] is by far the most expensive video game there are other games that demand high auction prices. Another auction in 2010 turned a legacy of Atari into a lot of money for a lucky Texan. After reading a newspaper article about rare video games, Tanner Sandlin from Austin, Texas, recognized an old Atari title. He went home, dug out the game – Air Raid – and listed it on eBay. It turned out that he had the only known copy that was in the first generation and had the box and related artwork. His copy of Air Raid brought in $ 31,600. Previously, the game had never brought more than $ 3,000 at an auction. The news about the game prompted users to search for copies, and while just a few more were uncovered, a flawless copy containing the user's guide was sold a few years later for $ 33,000.
Two other remarkably expensive video game cartridges come courtesy of Nintendo contests. In 1990, Nintendo hosted the Nintendo World Championships, a 30-hour gaming tournament to find the best players in the world – fans of geeky films will recognize this as the plot of Fred Savage's film The Wizard . The winner from each city received a copy of the timed tournament game. Subsequently, 26 lucky winners of the Nintendo Power competition were sent in a gold version of this game. The gray cartridges are routinely auctioned for $ 5,000, and the gold cartridges easily reach $ 15,000 +. After the success of the Nintendo World Cup, Nintendo hosted Campus Challenges at universities in the United States. They had made a special cartridge for the events, which was only intended for the event and never distributed as a prize. When the Campus Challenge ended, all the cartridges were destroyed. Except for a copy, the video game collector Rob Walters has found at a flea market. He sold on eBay – there were $ 14,000 fetched – only a few years later to be turned over by the buyer for $ 20,100. Campus Challenge is by far one of the rarest NES games in the world; As far as is known, the only copy that exists is the only copy.