|Fast facts on Grandstand Leisure Limited|
|Merged into: Tiger Electronics|
|Headquarters: Harrowgate (England), Auckland (New Zealand)|
Grandstand Leisure Limited also known as Grandstand Leisure Products or simply Grandstand was an electronic game and toy manufacturer active in the 1970s and 80s. Based in both the United Kingdom and New Zealand, Grandstand was responsible for distributing the SG-1000 and SC-3000 to New Zealand. They had previously been responsible for distributing the Fairchild Channel F and a number of Pong consoles under their name.
The Grandstand label was property of The Adam Leisure Group PLC, and during the late 80s specialised solely in electronic games before inevitably being bought out by Tiger Electronics. Though not directly related to Sega, their name appeared on several localised LCD handhelds made by Tiger, including those based on Sega IPs.