In the 1960s-1970s, Electronic Data Controls Corporation released a series of electronic board games under their "Computer Games" division, primarily consisting of two-player sports games. The games all used large wooden game boards depicting the playing field and a game matrix of various results. Each end of the game board had a set of buttons (i.e. offense and defense) that, depending on the combination pressed, would cause a light to illuminate next to one of the rows on the game matrix. The players would then consult the appropriate column to find out what happened.
Electronic Data Controls Corp was located in Winston-Salem, NC.