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Johnny Briggs Wins Season 1 of the Pacific Pinball League

July 31, 2017

Congratulations to Johnny Briggs for winning the first season of the Pacific Pinball League!  Full results below.

The Pacific Pinball League is a new fun, competitive way to play the silver ball in Alameda, CA.  Each week features a different format that tests players’ abilities and teaches new approaches to the game.  We play popular tournament formats such as Match Play, 3-Strikes, Pin Golf and more.  The league is open to all skill levels and we help each other get better at the game we all love.  The next season starts mid-September.




1 Johnny Briggs
2 Evan Ponchick
3 David Lee 0.81
4 Roland Nadeau
5 David Ortega 0.69
5 Conrad Seeto
7 Sean Reynolds
8 Peter Soriano
8 Jon Olkowski
11 John Cena
11 Garrett Philips
11 Derrick Seeto
13 Bill Buranich
13 Michael Harris
14 Stacey Miller
15 Michael Schiess
16 Mary Raymond
17 Steve Morales
18 Albert Kong
19 Martin Johnson
20 Josh Lehan
21 Phil Hallsten
22 Dale Collins
23 Kevin Lewis
24 Joe Perry

Announcing the Pacific Pinball League!

May 14, 2017


The Pacific Pinball League is a fun, competitive league for everyone. All skill levels are welcome, even first-timers. We explain all the rules so don’t worry if you’ve never done anything like this before. Just come ready to meet new people and have a great time.

The league meets Wednesday nights and play starts at 7 PM.

On league night, Pacific Pinball Museum has special league pricing of $10 off regular admission (normally $20) for non-members, and with your league night entry you’ll get a voucher to come back any other day for just $10 as well.  League members will also get a 10% discount card for museum gift shop merchandise.

View the schedule here.

To see current standings, click here.

To see some of the formats and rules, click here.

Quick Facts:

Where: The Pacific Pinball Museum, 1510 Webster Street, Alameda.

When: Wednesdays beginning May 24 – July 19 at 6:30 PM. Finals on July 26. ( 10 weeks total). Attend a minimum of three of eight regular weeks to qualify for Finals.

Entry: FREE with admission to the Pacific Pinball Museum, and entry on League nights is just $10.  Plus, you’ll get a voucher good for $10 off any other day you’d like to visit.  The PPM has a single entrance admission and all of it’s 90 games are set to “free play”.

How to Join: Just show up on any league night.

Who: The league is open to all ages and skill levels, even first-timers. We’ll show you the basics and even some advanced skills!

How’s It Work?: Each league night players compete head-to-head or in groups in Match Play, Pin Golf or another format. A player can earn up to 16 points per evening. For example, in match play, a player would be placed in a group of four and play four Rounds. First place in a Round would earn 4 points, 2nd place would earn 3 points, and so on.

Your ranking is based on your total score. Also, players with the better attendance records will get first choice of game or player order in formats where the option is available.

At the end of the season, results will be submitted to the International Flipper Pinball Association. All players who compete in the Finals will have a World Pinball Player ranking.

No one told Erin

May 14, 2016

Erin showed up to Pin a Go Go Friday, dismayed there was no cosplay element to the show.  He spent months working on his Mario Bros. Costume.


CA and NV State Champion Results

February 15, 2016

Check out the California Bracket here:

Congrats to Karl DeAngelo for winning CA!

Check out the Nevada Bracket here:

Salem Ayoob took top honors in Nevada!  Congrats!

INDISC Finals Live 1-17 @ 11AM

January 17, 2016


From ArcadeExpo in Southern California, check out the tournament finals live here:

Stream link:

Two Pics

January 11, 2016




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