Monday Night Pinball

This website provides access to all details available for the league, including links to the software used to run the league, schedule, current standings, player statistics, rules and regulations, and various other information pertinent to the league.

Quick Links

PLAYER LOOKUP (Find out the IPR of any player)

MATCH RULES AND REGULATIONS

LEAGUE RULES AND REGULATIONS

SIGN-UP HERE (New Players or to get Account)

More links below.

Congratulations to Fall 2019 Champions

Overview

Monday Night Pinball is a friendly competitive pinball bar league in the Greater Seattle Metropolitan Area that aims to build interest in the hobby and encourage players and their teams to grow together. The league consists of 28 teams spread out over 17 venus, where each venue hosts one or two teams. Each team fields 10 players weekly, thus there are 280 players competing weekly across 14 matches. A pool of over 100 Subs allows every team to field a full 10 players, even when one or more of their regular roster members are absent during a league night. Membership is only $1 per player per season; Substitutes can participate at no cost. Players are responsible for paying for their own pinball games on league night.

There are two seasons annually, one in Spring that runs from February to before Memorial Day. The other is in Fall that runs from after Labor Day through mid December. Each season consists of 11 regular season matches, then three weeks of playoffs. Each season crowns a Division 1 champion and awarded the Rodney Olsen Memorial Trophy.

Normally we have a photo of the current champions and the trophy as the Cover Photo of our Monday Night Pinball Facebook Group Page. This season is an exception, as we dedicate the season to Elijah Skye Nelson, one of the original members of MNP and a player on the Silverball Slayers who passed away shortly after the end of last season. Thus we'll keep a team photo of his team for duration of this season.

2nd and 3rd place in Division 1, as well as top 3 teams in Division 2, also receive trophies. Teams have the opportunity to display the trophy for the duration of the following season. The trophies are then re-awarded on finals night of the subsequent season.

Spring 2020 Updates

Other Links

Seattle's Monday Night Pinball league has established a set of five core values that best define the spirit of the league, and are used to navigate decision making. The values are: We encourage players to keep all five values in mind as a basis for their participation in the league.

Contact Info

Email MNP Board of Directors for information or formal issue reporting: info@mondaynightpinball.com
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