Capitol hill Challange returns once again, as Narwhal at the Unicorn provides you an opportunity to win your way to the 2018 Northwest Pinball & Arcade Show in Tacoma, June 8-10, 2018.
RESTRICTION: This tournament is especially for B and Amateur/Rookie players. Players ranked by IFPA at 250 or better, or who have a Match-Play Lower Bound rating of greater than 1575, are not eligible to play in this tournament.
Entry is just $10. At least one-in-eight will win an 2018 NWPAS Tournaments Prize Package, which includes a weekend pass to the show ($65 value), entry into Open Match Play ($25 value) and Classic PinGolf ($25 value) tournaments. Women who win a package also gain entry into the 2018 NW Women's Pinball Championship at NWPAS ($20 value). Players who are Rookie&Amateur Eligible (per guidelines at http://nwpas.wapinball.net/) also win an entry into the Rookie&Amateur Match Play tournament. Value of this package is $115-145.
Guaranteed at least 3 packages! One of the packages is guaranteed to the top finishing Rookie&Amateur player. A second package will be guaranteed for a Rookie&Amateur player if the tournament sells out. Remaining packages awarded go to top finishers. Winner of tourney also receives a Plaque.
There will be raffle prizes galore from our sponsors, for even more winners!
The tournament series also offers a win guarantee. Play in at least seven of the 2018 satellite tournaments, if you don't win a tournament prize package, you'll still get a free weekend pass to the show!
Please note that listed time is the START TIME. Registration closes approximately 10 minutes before listed time; earlier if it fills up.
This event will be 3-Strike Knockout, until any players remaining have all won prize packages. At that point, player with least strikes is the winner, other players are placed based on number of strikes they have. Any tie-breaker for 1st place will be a single game on a randomly chosen machine.
Refer to the NWPAS Website, http://nwpas.wapinball.net/satellite.html, for full details and official rules.