Louisville Arcade Expo Circuit Details

PinballThe Louisville Arcade Expo Circuit event is quickly approaching. We encourage all competitors to head to Kentucky and join us for this event. If you can’t make it, be sure to check back here on Saturday evening and Sunday for our live broadcast on PAPAtv.

PAPA Circuit Event
Qualifying Format:  Modified Best-Game. Players will compete on nine total machines, with their best five results counting toward their overall qualifying score.
Finals Format: PAPA-Style, 16 total qualifiers
Timing: Qualifying for the main event will run from 2pm on Friday until 11pm on Saturday. Finals are tentatively scheduled from 10am to 4pm on Sunday. We may attempt to start finals earlier on Sunday, if possible. If a change occurs, all affected players will be notified.
B Division: Eight Players will qualify for the B Division. Any player who is ranked 300 or higher in the WPPR is eligible. The games and qualifying schedule will match the Division A details above.

Classics Event
Qualifying Format: Modified Best-Game. Players will compete on six total machines, with their best four results counting toward their overall qualifying score.
Finals Format: 16 Qualifiers, Head-to-Head, Single Elimination, Best two games out of three.
Timing: Qualifying for the Classics event will run from 2pm on Friday until Saturday at 5pm. Classics finals will begin Saturday at 5:30pm
B Division: Eight Players will qualify for the B Division. Any player who is ranked 300 or higher in the WPPR is eligible. The games and qualifying schedule will match the Division A details above.

Cost: $10 per three games of tournament play.

PAPA rules will be used in all situations.  The list of games to be used will be posted when it becomes available.  We are also attempting to run a Kids tournament.  More details will be posted when they are available.


2 comments

  1. Bob Skinner
    March 1, 2014 at 12:41 pm

    Hi Mark
    I’m interested in bringing IM to Louisville. Would you be interested placing it in the your Tournement?
    Keep Flippin’
    Bob

  2. HughMan
    March 2, 2014 at 2:10 pm

    Sunday is Daylight Saving Time. I know last year it fell on the same day and the finals were delayed an extra hour because some people hadn’t shown up due to the time change.

    Might be a good idea to post some signage in the tournament area, hopefully preventing a delay for the finals on Sunday.

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