Level Up Entertainment is proud to announce our Selfie September Pinball Tournament! Starting on September 1st, all players of the Star Wars pinball machine at Level Up can post and record their highest scores for entry in our latest high-score contest! Players must record their scores by taking a selfie photo showing both the score and their face. Comedic poses are encouraged.
You can submit your selfie score to Facebook, by tagging @LvlUpPinball on Instagram, or by email to LvlUpPinball@gmail.com. All submissions must include your full name and email address so we can contact you if you win! You can enter as many times as you want but only your highest score will count!
The top 3 scores will win gift cards to Level Up Entertainment and the highest score will walk away with a custom trophy!
Players may check the standings online at MatchPlay. Scorekeepers will update the scores and standings on a semi-regular basis, making sure they are current at the end of each week. If your score is not in the top 3, head back to Level Up and keep playing! Remember you only need to submit additional entries for scores that are better than your previous games recorded, as only your best score counts.
Anyone caught by other players or the tournament organizers having posted scores that were not their own, not from the Star Wars machine at Level Up Entertainment, or other forms of cheating, will be disqualified and that player will not be submitted in the results. Players are to submit scores when they are recorded or in a timely manner. As in you should not get 5 billion points and wait to post the score until the last day of qualifying! Scores submitted at the last possible moment found to have been earned much earlier will not be counted. Remember, the machine itself also keeps track of high scores and it will be checked regularly!
During the month, Stern may release updates to the code of the game. To protect the tournament, Level Up will NOT update the code during the month of September unless necessary to patch a major exploit or catastrophic bug. In that event, the code update and any effects to scoring will be announced via social media. If Star Wars goes down and is unavailable for play for an extended period of time, the tournament will end and all current scores will be locked in as final.
All final decisions are that of the tournament director.
Thanks for reading and hope to see you all soon with some SUPER STAR WARS SELFIES and high scores!