Steven Bowden – IFPA’s 2015 Player of the Year!

166The IFPA is pleased to announce that our Player of the Year for 2015 is [player]Steven Bowden[/player] from Franklin Park, NJ. Steve racked up an incredible 1282.34 WPPR points during 2015 moving him from 13th to 2nd in the world during the year.

Steve was the IFPA Player of the Month in May, October and December of 2015 having won 36% of the 55 tournaments he played in during 2015, and finished in the top 4 in 64% of them.

Steve’s highlights during 2015 included 1st place finishes at Pinball Expo’s Flip Out Main Tournament, PPO’s Classics and Pin-Golf Tournaments, Pinfest and the 24 Hour Final Battle at The Sanctum. Steve also won 5 out the 12 Modern Pinball NYC Super League tournaments during 2015, racking up enough WPPR points (538.91) to actually change the course of the WPPR system forever!

Steve will be given his award at the IFPA13 World Pinball Championship, scheduled for April 12-14, 2016 in Pittsburgh. The IFPA wishes to congralute Steve on all of his success throughout 2015.

11 responses to “Steven Bowden – IFPA’s 2015 Player of the Year!”

  1. Sanjay Shah says:

    Woooohoooo!!! WAY TO GO Steve!!!

  2. Germain Mariolle says:

    is it just me? I cant reach the web page?

  3. Sanjay Shah says:

    Seems the entire site is currently down.

  4. Mats Runsten says:

    Great job Steven!

  5. Shane Rubans says:

    Well done Steve! Fun With Bonus (and titles!).

  6. Cynthia Larkin-Clinton says:

    Three cheers! U0001f37b

  7. Doug Parsons says:

    Congratulations Steve! 🙂

  8. Jake Kolojejchick says:

    …and he makes us laugh! Congrats, Steve!

  9. Andy Rosa says:

    Nice guys DO finish first sometimes:).

  10. Steven Bowden says:

    Thanks so much everyone! If you have the chance, please check out Pinball Done Quick today and tonight as we help raise money for Prevent Cancer Foundation. ( We are pleased to be a part of the Awesome Games Done Quick speedrunning charity event. (

  11. Basci says:

    Well deserved

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