VideoSport MK2 is one of the first home consoles released in 1974 or in the early of 1975 by a British company named Henry's. The console discontinued in 1977. In May of 1976 had already sold more than 10,000 units. The costumers could by the console in the stores or via email.
The console has a power switcher and the player can play three games: Football, Tennis/Pong and Hole-in-the-wall. For the selection of the game a knob is used. Each of the two controllers are connected to the console with a cable and they have two paddles, for vertical or horizontal movement and one action button (for serving/kicking etc.) The console can be found in two versions, one with gold letters and one with not. The second version is probably an effort to minimize production expenses.