2023 Great Lakes Pinball Open April 14th-16th Registration Feb 11th

2023 Great Lakes Pinball Open Tournaments
District 82 Pinball
De Pere, WI

Similar format to last year with some modifications for the IFPA points changes in 2023.

All Tournaments will be live streamed on twitch by Fox Cities Pinball Stream

3-4 Tournaments April 14th-16th with a 5th ‘warm up’ tournament on Thursday April 13th.
$260 Entry Cost Includes $150 Admission and $110 Prize Pool Fees for Friday-Sunday Events
$25 Admission for Thursday Only Warm Up Tournament - Separate Registration
100% Prize Pool Fee paid to players as Prize Money
150 Player Cap
$17,000+ Prize Money with full field
Prize Money for top 24 Players in the Main Event
Prize Money for Top 8 Players in all other GLPO events
All games on Free Play all weekend

Full details on everything, formats, payouts, etc are in the registration link below

Certified Main Event April 15th-16th
Will be either 250% or 300% normal IFPA point value based on number of players
20 Round Group Match Play Qualifier with a PAPA style finals
All other tournaments should be 100% TGP or close to it

Full Schedule April 13th-16th, 2023
—Warm Up Tournament—
Thursday 4PM-6PM Doors Open Practice
Thursday 6PM – 11PM Beat the Clock Classics Tournament
—Great Lakes Pinball Open Tournaments—
Friday 8AM – Doors Open Practice
Friday 9AM – 5PM Target Match Play 30 points 3/2/1/0 scoring
Friday 12:30ish Lunch Break
Friday 5-6PM-Dinner Break in-between tournaments
Friday 6PM – Midnight 8 Strike Fair Strikes Classics Tournament
Saturday 8AM – Doors Open Practice
Saturday 9AM – 10PM Main Event Qualify 20 Round Group Match Play
Saturday 4PM-6PM Only Break
Sunday 8AM – Doors Open Practice
Sunday 9AM – Main Event Finals
Sunday 9:15AM – 3 Strike Knockout
No Lunch Break
5PM Projected end time for both Sunday Tournaments


Did anyone end up competing in both the Certified event finals AND in the strikes tournament on Sunday? I just got the email for the Summer Classic and saw that there’d be TWO opportunities to double up, and I’m wondering how that’s worked out for folks in the past.

No one played in both.