No quarter: Coronavirus is killing pinball halls—and all the other communal spaces we call home

1075th World Ranked pinball player Bill Lascher wrote an article for Fortune magazine on the impact of COVID-19 on competitive pinball. Click HERE to read the article.

One response to “No quarter: Coronavirus is killing pinball halls—and all the other communal spaces we call home”

  1. Joe Blasi says:

    “speakeasies” may be an issue or something that is kind of like them. But in an legal way aka if some places / areas reopen before others / have differnt rules about group sizes.

    Some places may iffy rules about how well you must be to be let in.

    The RANK part may also become an big issue if there travel rules stop people from going to big events if they are even held.

    The IFPA should look at what OTHER PRO SPORTS are doing to get ideas as We may need to have rule changes for the qualifying parts.

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