We consider a two player finite strategic zero-sum game where each player has stochastic linear constraints. We formulate the stochastic constraints of each player as chance constraints. We show the existence of a saddle point equilibrium if the row vectors of the random matrices, defining the stochastic constraints of each player, are elliptically symmetric distributed random vectors. We further show that a saddle point equilibrium can be obtained from the optimal solutions of a primal-dual pair of second-order cone programs.

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