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Featuring Pinburgh
The Largest Pinball Tournament Ever

Featuring Pinburgh
The Largest Pinball Tournament Ever

Pinburgh
Match-Play Championship
July 9-12, 2020

Pinburgh is the largest pinball tournament in history, featuring 400 pinball machines and 1000 players battling the silverball over three consecutive days.

Pinburgh’s match-play format offers a social experience as players from all over the world compare skills during a series of multiplayer matches spanning the first two days. On Thursday, each player will compete in five rounds, each consisting of four, four-player matches to determine the appropriate skill division for all players. Divisions will be marked as A / B / C / D / E, with Division A being the most skilled. On Friday, players will compete against other players solely within their own skill division in order to determine seeding for the final rounds. On Saturday, the top 40 in each division will compete in separate divisional finals.

Pinburgh competitors must purchase a $150 Pinburgh Tournament Reservation. All competitors must also purchase general admission passes to Replay FX in order to access the event.

Details:
Each year, Pinburgh offers an opportunity for players to win one of a limited number of free entries into the tournament before tickets officially go on sale. These Pinburgh satellite tournaments also offer the participating arcades an opportunity to engage the pinball community directly and raise money for their own separate causes.

Cost: $20
Prize: Pinburgh 2020 Reservation
Format: 4 Strike format – Competitors will be placed into either 3 or 4-player groups and randomly assigned a pinball machine. Each competitor who finishes in either 3rd or 4th place will receive a “strike”.  When a competitor incurs 4 strikes he or she is eliminated from the tournament. The last competitor remaining without 4 strikes wins!

LocationDate
Jackbar
143 Havemeyer St, Brooklyn NY 11211
1/25/2020
Logan Arcade
2410 W Fullerton Ave, Chicago, IL 60647
1/26/2020
Riverside Game Lab
3633 Market St, Riverside CA 92501
2/1/2020
QuarterWorld Arcade
4811 SE Hawthorne Blvd, Portland OR 97215
2/1/2020
Starfighters Arcade
4840 E Jasmine St #102, Mesa, AZ 85205
2/8/2020
Portal Pinball
3600 Cherokee St, Kennesaw GA 30144
2/9/2020
Kickback Pinball Café
4326 Butler St, Pittsburgh PA 15201
2/15/2020
The Sanctum
290 Pratt St East Entrance 2nd Floor, Meriden CT 06450
2/16/2020
 Division ABCDE
1st$16,000$4,500$2,250$1,100$475
2nd$8,000$2,250$1,400$850$325
3rd$4,500$1,400$1,100$675$300
4th$2,750$1,100$800$450$275
5th - 8th$1,350$800$550$400$250
9th - 16th$800$550$400$275$225
17th - 28th$575$425$300$250$200
29th - 40th$425$300$275$250$175

Player List

Coming Soon!

Waitlist

Coming Soon!

Refund Policy

We outsource our ticketing, registration, and refunds to ShowClix.com. To process one of these requests, please e-mail support@showclix.com

Refund requests for general admission tickets will be honored in full until June 15. Refund requests for the additional Pinburgh fee will be honored as follows:

  • 75%: Sales Open – March 31
  • 50%: April 1 – April 30
  • 25%: May 1 – June 15

No refunds will be given after June 15 for any reason. Due to the existing waitlist, Pinburgh tickets CANNOT be transferred to another person at any time. We will issue individual refunds as appropriate and proceed through the waitlist in order. All associated processing fees will be paid by the ticket purchaser when any refund is given.

Pinburgh
Match-Play Championship
July 9-12, 2020

Pinburgh is the largest pinball tournament in history, featuring 400 pinball machines and 1000 players battling the silverball over three consecutive days.

Pinburgh’s match-play format offers a social experience as players from all over the world compare skills during a series of multiplayer matches spanning the first two days. On Thursday, each player will compete in five rounds, each consisting of four, four-player matches to determine the appropriate skill division for all players. Divisions will be marked as A / B / C / D / E, with Division A being the most skilled. On Friday, players will compete against other players solely within their own skill division in order to determine seeding for the final rounds. On Saturday, the top 40 in each division will compete in separate divisional finals.

Pinburgh competitors must purchase a $150 Pinburgh Tournament Reservation. All competitors must also purchase general admission passes to Replay FX in order to access the event.

Details:
Each year, Pinburgh offers an opportunity for players to win one of a limited number of free entries into the tournament before tickets officially go on sale. These Pinburgh satellite tournaments also offer the participating arcades an opportunity to engage the pinball community directly and raise money for their own separate causes.

Cost: $20
Prize: Pinburgh 2020 Reservation
Format: 4 Strike format – Competitors will be placed into either 3 or 4-player groups and randomly assigned a pinball machine. Each competitor who finishes in either 3rd or 4th place will receive a “strike”.  When a competitor incurs 4 strikes he or she is eliminated from the tournament. The last competitor remaining without 4 strikes wins!

LocationAddressDate
Jackbar143 Havemeyer St, Brooklyn NY 11211
1/25/2020
Logan Arcade2410 W Fullerton Ave, Chicago, IL 606471/26/2020
Riverside Game Lab3633 Market St, Riverside CA 925012/1/2020
QuarterWorld Arcade4811 SE Hawthorne Blvd, Portland OR 972152/1/2020
Starfighters Arcade4840 E Jasmine St #102, Mesa, AZ 852052/8/2020
Portal Pinball3600 Cherokee St, Kennesaw GA 301442/9/2020
Kickback Pinball Café4326 Butler St, Pittsburgh PA 152012/15/2020
The Sanctum290 Pratt St East Entrance 2nd Floor, Meriden CT 064502/16/2020
 Division ABCDE
1st$16,000$4,500$2,250$1,100$475
2nd$8,000$2,250$1,400$850$325
3rd$4,500$1,400$1,100$675$300
4th$2,750$1,100$800$450$275
5th - 8th$1,350$800$550$400$250
9th - 16th$800$550$400$275$225
17th - 28th$575$425$300$250$200
29th - 40th$425$300$275$250$175

Player List

Coming Soon!

Waitlist

Coming Soon!

Refund Policy

We outsource our ticketing, registration, and refunds to ShowClix.com. To process one of these requests, please e-mail support@showclix.com

Refund requests for general admission tickets will be honored in full until June 15. Refund requests for the additional Pinburgh fee will be honored as follows:

  • 75%: Sales Open – March 31
  • 50%: April 1 – April 30
  • 25%: May 1 – June 15

No refunds will be given after June 15 for any reason. Due to the existing waitlist, Pinburgh tickets CANNOT be transferred to another person at any time. We will issue individual refunds as appropriate and proceed through the waitlist in order. All associated processing fees will be paid by the ticket purchaser when any refund is given.

HOW TO REGISTER

OPTION #1:
BUY YOUR TICKET
February 22, 2020 @ Noon EST

Tickets become available for purchase at exactly Noon EST on February 22, 2020. It is highly recommended any competitor who wishes to participate in Pinburgh 2020 attempt to purchase their Pinburgh ticket at exactly Noon EST on February 22 due to the tournament’s long history of fast sellouts.

At exactly Noon EST, all Replay FX ticketing options will become available. If you already have the website fully loaded on your screen and the ticketing options do not appear, please remember to refresh your browser.

For convenience, the Pinburgh Tournament Reservation ticket option will be the first available option for purchase. Once this ticket option is selected and added to your shopping cart, you will have exactly 15 minutes to complete the transaction. Please note that once the 15 minute timer is active and counting down, there is little reason to rush. On average, the checkout process takes just over 2 minutes, so please be certain all of the information you are entering at that time is correct.

Information that you will need during checkout include:

  • Billing Name, Address, Credit Card
  • Legal Name of the person registering for Pinburgh
  • IFPA ID (not required, but helpful if available)

Each person is permitted to purchase up to five Pinburgh entries at the same time. We permit this type of bulk purchase to help ease the burden on families and groups who are attempting to participate together. Please note that tickets are non-transferrable, so all names must be entered for each ticket at the time of purchase.

PINBALL-MACHINE

OPTION #2:
JOIN THE WAITLIST
February 22, 2020 @ 1PM EST

*All waitlist signups that occur prior to February 22nd at 1PM EST will be deleted from the system.*

If the tournament sells out before you are able to purchase your Pinburgh ticket, then the most effective way to enter the tournament is via the Pinburgh waitlist, which can be found here: Pinburgh Waitlist.

The waitlist is used to fill openings in the tournament that are created by players who purchase a ticket but are unable to attend for any reason. Our system progresses through the list of names on the waitlist in the order they signed up, so the sooner you put your name on the waitlist, the more likely it is your name will be called.

If your turn on the waitlist arrives, you will receive an automated e-mail from Showclix offering a link to purchase a single ticket. Each of these e-mails expires 48 hours from the time it is sent, so please make sure that e-mails from Showclix and Replay FX do not get caught in your spam filter.

OPTION #3:
WIN AND YOUR IN

Pinburgh staff reserves several entries each year for use as prizes at other satellite pinball tournaments. Satellite competition location and dates are available here.

OPTION #4:
THURSDAY MORNING

Any competitor who has not picked up his or her ticket at the early check-in on Wednesday or at the Replay FX ticketing desk before 9AM on Thursday morning will be removed from the tournament and replaced.

All available openings in Pinburgh that are caused by “no-shows” in this manner will be filled by competitors who have told staff at the official Pinburgh desk inside Replay FX that they are available to participate if needed. Names will be chosen to fill these “no-show” openings with priority given to the order of the existing waitlist.

HOW TO REGISTER

OPTION #1:
BUY YOUR TICKET
February 22, 2020 @ Noon EST

Tickets become available for purchase at exactly Noon EST on February 22, 2020. It is highly recommended any competitor who wishes to participate in Pinburgh 2020 attempt to purchase their Pinburgh ticket at exactly Noon EST on February 22 due to the tournament’s long history of fast sellouts.

At exactly Noon EST, all Replay FX ticketing options will become available. If you already have the website fully loaded on your screen and the ticketing options do not appear, please remember to refresh your browser.

For convenience, the Pinburgh Tournament Reservation ticket option will be the first available option for purchase. Once this ticket option is selected and added to your shopping cart, you will have exactly 15 minutes to complete the transaction. Please note that once the 15 minute timer is active and counting down, there is little reason to rush. On average, the checkout process takes just over 2 minutes, so please be certain all of the information you are entering at that time is correct.

Information that you will need during checkout include:

  • Billing Name, Address, Credit Card
  • Legal Name of the person registering for Pinburgh
  • IFPA ID (not required, but helpful if available)

Each person is permitted to purchase up to five Pinburgh entries at the same time. We permit this type of bulk purchase to help ease the burden on families and groups who are attempting to participate together. Please note that tickets are non-transferrable, so all names must be entered for each ticket at the time of purchase.

PINBALL-MACHINE

OPTION #2:
JOIN THE WAITLIST
February 22, 2020 @ 1PM EST

*All waitlist signups that occur prior to February 22nd at 1PM EST will be deleted from the system.*

If the tournament sells out before you are able to purchase your Pinburgh ticket, then the most effective way to enter the tournament is via the Pinburgh waitlist, which can be found here: Pinburgh Waitlist.

The waitlist is used to fill openings in the tournament that are created by players who purchase a ticket but are unable to attend for any reason. Our system progresses through the list of names on the waitlist in the order they signed up, so the sooner you put your name on the waitlist, the more likely it is your name will be called.

If your turn on the waitlist arrives, you will receive an automated e-mail from Showclix offering a link to purchase a single ticket. Each of these e-mails expires 48 hours from the time it is sent, so please make sure that e-mails from Showclix and Replay FX do not get caught in your spam filter.

OPTION #3:
WIN AND YOUR IN

Pinburgh staff reserves several entries each year for use as prizes at other satellite pinball tournaments. Satellite competition location and dates are available here.

OPTION #4:
THURSDAY MORNING

Any competitor who has not picked up his or her ticket at the early check-in on Wednesday or at the Replay FX ticketing desk before 9AM on Thursday morning will be removed from the tournament and replaced.

All available openings in Pinburgh that are caused by “no-shows” in this manner will be filled by competitors who have told staff at the official Pinburgh desk inside Replay FX that they are available to participate if needed. Names will be chosen to fill these “no-show” openings with priority given to the order of the existing waitlist.


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QUALIFYING ROUNDS

EACH ROUND 4 COMPETITORS
PLAY FOUR 4-PLAYER GAMES

ORDER OF FINISH ON EACH GAME
DETERMINES WIN-LOSS RECORD
FOR THAT ROUND

PERFECT ROUND = 12 WINS

1: GROUP ASSIGNMENTS & ROUNDS

Pinburgh is a three-day tournament consisting of two full days of qualifying rounds plus a third day for competitors who qualify for a final round bracket.

During each qualifying round, competitors are placed in groups of four players and compete against one another on four different pinball machines. The tournament is scored in terms of wins and losses versus the other competitors, so the best possible score any competitor can receive in a round is 12 wins and 0 losses.

If a competitor were to win every game of every qualifying round, he or she would have a final score of 120 wins and 0 losses. The highest qualifying score in Pinburgh history is Keith Elwin’s 2016 performance of 95 wins and 25 losses.

2: THE TOURNAMENT ADVANCES

Competitors are assigned a different group of three opponents AND a different set of four pinball machines to play during each successive round. In later rounds, each competitor’s win-loss record is taken into account when assigning opponents. Distributing the “strength of schedule” in this fashion helps make the tournament as fair as possible.

Similarly, the sets of four games that are assigned during each round are drawn from different eras of pinball, forcing competitors to play on pinball machines ranging in age by more than 60 years.

Competitors do not know which set of four machines they will be playing, or which three opponents they will be competing against until moments before each round begins.

3: QUALIFYING FOR FINAL ROUNDS

At the conclusion of the first five qualifying rounds, competitors are assigned to one of five skill divisions: A / B / C / D / E.

Competitors with the most wins after five rounds are assigned to Division “A”, while competitors who have fewer wins are assigned appropriately down the ladder to Divisions B / C / D and E. On the second day of Pinburgh, during Rounds 6-10, competitors only compete against opponents within their own skill division.

At the conclusion of Round 10, the top 40 competitors in each division will advance to a separate final round bracket that takes place on the third day of the tournament.

The Division “A” final round bracket determines the overall Pinburgh champion, while each lower divisional final round receives its own set of awards. Running multiple final rounds separated by skill level allows Pinburgh to offer an entertaining yet challenging (and social!) experience for everyone.

4: DECLARING A CHAMPION

The final round bracket functions the same way as each previous round. Finalists are seeded into 4-player groups based on their individual qualifying win-loss records that were accrued over the first two days of the tournament.

These 4-player groups then compete against one another on four different pinball machines, and the top two players out of each group advance into the next round of the bracket until a champion is crowned.

COMMON RULINGS

Tournament directors make hundreds of rulings during each Pinburgh. The official rule book is available online for anyone who wants to take a deeper dive and learn how things work in greater detail, but for the most part, the vast majority of rulings made during Pinburgh are the same from year to year. In order to help reduce these common mistakes made by competitors, we have listed the most common errors and their associated rulings below.

A COMPETITOR IS LATE

The first thing to do in this situation is alert a tournament director immediately. Any player absent 10 minutes after the start of a round will be disqualified from that round and receive a score of 0 wins and 12 losses. The remaining players will receive a new scoresheet removing the absent player from the group. Players cannot accrue wins in Pinburgh by “defeating” other absentee players.

A COMPETITOR PLAYS OUT OF TURN

Competitor receives a score of zero for that game.

A COMPETITOR TILTS THROUGH ANOTHER COMPETITOR’S BALL

Competitor receives a score of zero for that game.

A PINBALL BECOMES STUCK

The rules covering how to handle pinballs that are stuck somewhere on the playfield are extensive and depend on the situation, but the normal procedure is for a tournament official or technician to remove the glass, retrieve the pinball, and place it on a flipper.

AN IMPORTANT PART OF THE GAME IS BROKEN

Because the tournament needs to move quickly from round to round, it is not possible to make significant repairs during a match. A new machine will be assigned to the group for immediate play, and the game in progress will be declared void.

2019 DIVISION A FINAL FOUR

LEFT TO RIGHT:
4th: CRYSS STEPHENS, Pittsburgh, PA
3rd: ANDREW ROSA II, Flint, MI
2nd: DANIELE ACCIARI, Rocca di Pappa, Italy
1st: KEITH ELWIN, Chicago, IL

DIVISION B

4th: SANJAY SHAH, Pompton lakes, NJ
3rd: BEN CLEMENT, Marana, AZ
2nd: JESSE BAKER, Cincinnati, OH
1st: TOM GRAF, Appleton, WI

DIVISION C

4th: DALE GEIGER, King George, VA
3rd: PHIL CRIDLEBAUGH, Kansas City, KS
2nd: DANA VALATKA, Portland, OR
1st: SPENCER DESROCHES, Gaithersburg, MD

DIVISION D

4th: SHELDON FUCHS, Calgary, AB
3rd: MICHAEL RAUSCH, Seattle, WA
2nd: GILLES MELANSON, Sterling, VA
1st: SCOTT WOODS, Jonesboro, AZ

DIVISION E

4th: ZEN ZOCHNIAK, Brooklyn, NY
3rd: MEGAN SPRAGUE, Ottawa, ON
2nd: CHRISTIAN LINE, Annville, PA
1st: BOB S JOHNSON, Fairfax Station, VA

PINBURGH CHAMPIONS

YEARNAMEHOMETOWN
2011Keith ElwinCarlsbad, CA
2012Adam BeckerKeswick, ON
2013Keith Elwin (2)Carlsbad, CA
2014Jim BelsitoTemecula, CA
2015Zach SharpeChicago, IL
2016Keith Elwin (3)Carlsbad, CA
2017Colin MacAlpineAustin, TX
2018Keith Elwin (4)Chicago, IL
2019Keith Elwin (5)Chicago, IL

ALL-TIME 12-0 PERFECT ROUNDS

NAMEHOMETOWNTOTAL
Trent AugensteinDelaware, OH6
Jim BelsitoMurrieta, CA6
Andy RosaFlushing, MI5
Phil GrimaldiHouston, TX5
Robert GagnoBurnaby, BC4
Cryss StephensPittsburgh, PA4
Jerry BernardPatterson, NY4
Eric RussellSyracuse, NY4
19 Players Tied3

BEST SINGLE-YEAR LEAGUE PERFORMANCE

LEAGUE NAMERECORD%YEAR
IEPA - Inland Empire Pinball Association389 - 211.6482017
CPL - Chicago Pinball League876 - 624.5842019
JPA - Jersey Pinball Association347 - 253.5782018
BCPC - Bat City Pinball Club484 - 356.5762017
BCPC - Bat City Pinball Club952 - 728.5672016
CPL - Chicago Pinball League679 - 521.5662018
IEPA - Inland Empire Pinball Association950 - 730.5652015
STPB - Stockholm Pinball1354 - 1046.5642015
ASYL - The Pinball Asylum334 - 266.5572019
SDPC - San Diego Pinball Club466 - 374.5552019

2019 LEAGUE PERFORMANCES

#TOP 25 LEAGUE PERFORMANCESWINS%TOP PLAYER
1CPL - Chicago Pinball League876.584Keith Elwin
2ASYL - The Pinball Asylum334.557Eric Stone
3SDPC - San Diego Pinball Club466.555Derek Price
4LOPL - London Ontario Pinball League397.551Jens Flügge
5NB - Never Beef325.542Sean Grant
6ABPP - Abari Pinball Players778.54Drew Cedolia
7GRPL - Grand Rapids Pinball League389.54Chris Tabaka
8LSA - League Super Awesome581.538Trent Augenstein
9MARC - MARCISISISISIS774.537Ben Granger
10MPP - Michigan Pinball Players321.535Jared August
11SPC - Seattle Pinball Community1017.53Raymond Davidson
12KCTH - Kansas City Try Hards887.528Steve Hill
13CLPL - Cleveland Pinball League443.527John Delzoppo
14JPA - Jersey Pinball Association568.526Jason Zahler
15PDX - Portland Pinball (OR)630.525Daniel Rone
16OTPL - Ottawa Pinball League378.525Phil Birnbaum
17UNY - Upstate NY Pinball866.523Ron Hallett Jr
18ToPL - Toronto Pinball League439.523Steven Machado
19SJPL - South Jersey Pinball League558.522Louis Nemphos
20MHPL - Mile High Pinball League1438.521Adam Lefkoff
21PPA - PinCrossing Players Association374.52Bob Choate
22OCPC - Orange County Pinball Club312.52Jerry Bernard
23IFPA - International Flipper Pinball Association371.515Daniele Celestino Acciari
24DF - Dead Flip308.513Brad Stark
25VRPA - Vancouver Regional Pinball Association301.512Robert Gagno
58 LEAGUES REPRESENTED IN 2019

MOST TOP 10 APPEARANCES

LEAGUE NAMETOTAL
CPL - Chicago Pinball League6
BCPC - Bat City Pinball Club4
SPL - Seattle Pinball League4
STPB - Stockholm Pinball4
DF - Dead Flip3
IEPA - Inland Empire Pinball Association3
JPA - Jersey Pinball Association3
KCPL - Kidforce Collectibles Pinball League3
MHPL - Mile High Pinball League3
ToPL - Toronto Pinball League3

PINBURGH CHAMPIONS

YEARNAMEHOMETOWN
2011Keith ElwinCarlsbad, CA
2012Adam BeckerKeswick, ON
2013Keith Elwin (2)Carlsbad, CA
2014Jim BelsitoTemecula, CA
2015Zach SharpeChicago, IL
2016Keith Elwin (3)Carlsbad, CA
2017Colin MacAlpineAustin, TX
2018Keith Elwin (4)Chicago, IL
2019Keith Elwin (5)Chicago, IL

ALL-TIME 12-0 PERFECT ROUNDS

NAMEHOMETOWNTOTAL
Trent AugensteinDelaware, OH6
Jim BelsitoMurrieta, CA6
Andy RosaFlushing, MI5
Phil GrimaldiHouston, TX5
Robert GagnoBurnaby, BC4
Cryss StephensPittsburgh, PA4
Jerry BernardPatterson, NY4
Eric RussellSyracuse, NY4
19 Players Tied3

BEST SINGLE-YEAR LEAGUE PERFORMANCE

LEAGUE NAMERECORD%YEAR
IEPA - Inland Empire Pinball Association389 - 211.6482017
CPL - Chicago Pinball League876 - 624.5842019
JPA - Jersey Pinball Association347 - 253.5782018
BCPC - Bat City Pinball Club484 - 356.5762017
BCPC - Bat City Pinball Club952 - 728.5672016
CPL - Chicago Pinball League679 - 521.5662018
IEPA - Inland Empire Pinball Association950 - 730.5652015
STPB - Stockholm Pinball1354 - 1046.5642015
ASYL - The Pinball Asylum334 - 266.5572019
SDPC - San Diego Pinball Club466 - 374.5552019

MOST TOP 10 APPEARANCES

LEAGUE NAMETOTAL
CPL - Chicago Pinball League6
BCPC - Bat City Pinball Club4
SPL - Seattle Pinball League4
STPB - Stockholm Pinball4
DF - Dead Flip3
IEPA - Inland Empire Pinball Association3
JPA - Jersey Pinball Association3
KCPL - Kidforce Collectibles Pinball League3
MHPL - Mile High Pinball League3
ToPL - Toronto Pinball League3

2019 LEAGUE PERFORMANCES

#TOP 25 LEAGUE PERFORMANCESWINS%TOP PLAYER
1CPL - Chicago Pinball League876.584Keith Elwin
2ASYL - The Pinball Asylum334.557Eric Stone
3SDPC - San Diego Pinball Club466.555Derek Price
4LOPL - London Ontario Pinball League397.551Jens Flügge
5NB - Never Beef325.542Sean Grant
6ABPP - Abari Pinball Players778.54Drew Cedolia
7GRPL - Grand Rapids Pinball League389.54Chris Tabaka
8LSA - League Super Awesome581.538Trent Augenstein
9MARC - MARCISISISISIS774.537Ben Granger
10MPP - Michigan Pinball Players321.535Jared August
11SPC - Seattle Pinball Community1017.53Raymond Davidson
12KCTH - Kansas City Try Hards887.528Steve Hill
13CLPL - Cleveland Pinball League443.527John Delzoppo
14JPA - Jersey Pinball Association568.526Jason Zahler
15PDX - Portland Pinball (OR)630.525Daniel Rone
16OTPL - Ottawa Pinball League378.525Phil Birnbaum
17UNY - Upstate NY Pinball866.523Ron Hallett Jr
18ToPL - Toronto Pinball League439.523Steven Machado
19SJPL - South Jersey Pinball League558.522Louis Nemphos
20MHPL - Mile High Pinball League1438.521Adam Lefkoff
21PPA - PinCrossing Players Association374.52Bob Choate
22OCPC - Orange County Pinball Club312.52Jerry Bernard
23IFPA - International Flipper Pinball Association371.515Daniele Celestino Acciari
24DF - Dead Flip308.513Brad Stark
25VRPA - Vancouver Regional Pinball Association301.512Robert Gagno
58 LEAGUES REPRESENTED IN 2019

JULY 9-12
PITTSBURGH, PA, USA