The deposition features the voice of John Anthony Britz, then Executive Vice President of Bally Mfg. He speaks of Bally's arrangement with Atari Inc over the development deal which produced Pong as well as the licensing of Pong and Space Race to Bally as Winner and Asteroid respectively.
1 - The first exhibit shows the notification for the taking of the deposition.
2 - Exhibit #2 shows a photocopy of a contract between Nolan K Bushnell of Atari Inc. and John A Britz of Bally Mfg from July 10th, 1972. The deal showcases the obligations of Atari to develop game concepts for the Chicago-based company including a pinball game called Fireball (which would be worked on by Ted Dabney) and a hockey-themed video game featuring on-screen hockey players.
3 - The third exhibit is an affidvait signed by Nolan Bushnell on July 10th, 1972 that he was no longer an employee of Nutting Associates in California as of June 5th, 1972 and was therefore free to develop video game concepts for Bally Mfg.