We’re taking the “Bro, do you even pinball?” show on the road and will be livestreaming Jersey Jack Pinball’s “The Hobbit” live from the Jersey Jack factory at 1 p.m. Eastern on Saturday, July 23!
Jersey Jack himself, Jack Guarnieri will join us as a special guest for the show.
Follow Buffalo Pinball on Twitch at http://www.twitch.tv/buffalopinball to be notified when we go live and be sure to jump in the chat and ask questions about JJP, the Hobbit and more.
See you guys then!
Our latest limited-run shirt design! This shirt features a distressed-look version of the logo for our Twitch show, “Bro, do you even pinball?” on the front, and a small Buffalo Pinball pop bumper logo centered in the shoulder area on the back. High quality screen printed on American Apparel shirts.
Available in sizes medium to XXXL. Grab one over on our merch page.
After nine months and 53 games of competitive pinball, we finally have our top finishers for the 2015–16 Buffalo Pinball League:
- Nick Lane
- Eric Russell
- Bruce Nightingale
- Kevin Manne
- Dave Bentivegna
- Martha “Pushy Galore” Donovan
- Greg Sisti
- Doug Heerdt
This is the league’s third successful sold out season. Twenty six players competed in the league from September 2015 – April 2016, with playoffs in May. The league meets in a mix of some of the best private collections in Buffalo, NY, as well as on location at Pocketeer Billiards.
We livestreamed the finals on Twitch, here’s the archives on YouTube where you can see how it all went down:
A Division Finals
B Division Finals
Signups will be in June for current league members in good standing who wish to participate in the 2016–17 season, and new players will have the chance to register for any open slots on a first-come, first-served basis in July. Sign up for our newsletter to be updated when signups will go live.
Hope to see you next season!
Bruce Nightingale went back-to-back and successfully defended his title, taking first place for the second consecutive year at the Buffalo Pinball Open on April 30, 2016 in Buffalo, NY. Rounding out the top four were Ryan Zlomek, second; Nick Lane, third; and Dave Urbanek, fourth.
A sold-out field of 26 players played through 5 hours of group match-play qualifying on 11 excellent games courtesy of our hosts, Martha Donovan and Nick Lane.
The playoffs, including semi-finals with Jordan Nittoli and Martha Donovan, were live streamed to our Twitch channel. You can see the archive of the playoff battle, complete with commentary, via the below archive on our YouTube channel.
The full final standings are below and will be posted to the IFPA for World Pinball Player Ranking points soon. Thanks to all who came out and helped make it a great event!
On a special date and time – Monday, Feb. 22 at 8:30 p.m. Eastern – special guest Ed Robertson of the Barenaked Ladies will head to Buffalo to battle the Bro Crew! We’re gonna find out if he even pinballs.
Follow our channel at http://www.twitch.tv/buffalopinball and turn on “Notify me when the broadcaster goes live” to get a message when we start the broadcast. See you in the chat!
Update 2/23/16: Here’s the replay if you missed it live!
Buffalo Pinball is headed to RetroGameCon in Syracuse, NY on Saturday, Nov. 14! We’ll be hanging out, giving pinball tutorials and streaming live to our Twitch channel throughout the day. Watch for a live “Bro, do you even pinball?” battle versus Shane Luis of Rerez and more.
There will be a number of additional games and a single-game IFPA tournament going on as well, which you can read about here. If you’re in the area, stop by and say hi!
You can watch the stream right here once we go live:
We’ve launched an IndieGoGo campaign for our weekly Twitch show, “Bro, do you even pinball?” so we can build a second streaming rig and bring more live pinball to the Internet.
Help make it happen on our IndieGoGo page and earn some cool perks along the way. Thanks!
If you haven’t been watching “Bro, do you even pinball?” Thursdays at 8 p.m. on our Twitch channel, you’re missing out on great moments like this:
The Logan Slither
Buffalo Pinball has jumped into the livestreaming game with a channel on Twitch. We broadcast our first test stream yesterday with some action on Stern’s Sopranos. In on the stream were Nick Lane, Kevin Manne, Bret Wallace and Jay Fairbrother. Watch for some gameplay tips and a glorious tilt out during stacked multiball.
Be sure to follow us on Twitch to receive alerts when we go live with future broadcasts!