Calendar Tickets Add to Calendar Add to Timely Calendar Add to Google Add to Outlook Add to Apple Calendar Add to other calendar Export to XML When: 19th July, 2019 – 21st July, 2019 all-day 2019-07-19T00:00:00+01:00 2019-07-22T00:00:00+01:00 Where: Flip Out London Mill Ln Croydon CR0 UK Cost: £TBA Contact: Martin Ayub Email Event website All Countries ECS Event Europe IFPA Tournament UK UKCS Event Flip Out London London UK UK Open UK Pinball Classic.Croydon UK Pinball Open The UK’s two premier tournaments will be held on Friday 19th, Saturday 20th & Sunday 21st July, 2019 at the country’s largest pinball club, Flip Out London in Croydon. Not only that, we are arranging two additional days of tournaments on the Wednesday and Thursday to produce a full five days of competitive pinball in the UK’s capital. – The first tournament will be held at Chief Coffee in Chiswick on Wednesday 17th July. The fun starts at Flip Out London on Thursday 18th July, where tyou will find around fifty pinballs. – Then on Thursday 18th July Flip Out London will host a tournament run by London Pinball which will run alongside the regular weekly Flip Out London League for a busy night of pinball fun. – Friday 19th July is the start of qualifying for the UK Pinball Open – the IFPA European Championship Series qualifying tournament – and the UK Pinball Classic. Qualifying will be in groups, with the first groups playing Friday evening. – The majority of the groups will play their qualifying in both tournaments on Saturday 20th July, after which the full list of qualifiers will be announced. – Those qualifiers will then compete in the play-offs on Sunday 21st July, while an additional tournament will be run at Flip Out London for those who didn’t qualify or choose not to take part in the play-offs. There will be trophies for all tournaments, with cash prizes for the top players in the UK Pinball Open and Classic. The exact cash prizes depend on player numbers, but last year we gave away more than £1,300 (€1,520/$1,730) and paid out down to 16th places in both tournaments, so there’s plenty to play for.