Best In Show Contest

Every pinball machine on the Pintastic floor is going to be eligible for a “Best In Show” award!

The Categories Are:

  • Best pre 1970 Machine
  • Best 70’s Machine
  • Best 80’s Machine
  • Best 90’s Machine
  • Best Modern Machine (2000 – Present)
  • Best Modded or Re-Themed Machine.

There will be ONE Best in Show trophy awarded for each category listed above!

The panel of judges will be made up of Pintastic staff, volunteers and vendors of the show.

We hope everyone brings out their BEST to help make Pintastic New England a unforgettable show!

All winners will be announced around 5pm on Saturday July 9th. Any machine that was brought to  Pintastic New England is eligible. The machine does NOT have to be present to win an award.

The award will be a beautiful custom designed plaque presented to each winner during the show!

We hope everyone brings out their BEST to help make Pintastic New England an amazing and fun event. Lets show everyone that New England has the BEST pinball fanatics & machines in the World!

RAFFEL: VPCabs MINI Traditional

(Compact Cabinet)

When we started Pintastic, the first thing we set out to do was to use the show as a means of helping the beautiful children out there who battle and fight every day in hospitals around New England. These kids and their families fight a daily fight that most of us can’t even begin to imagine. Our mission was to try and help take away some of their hurt and pain and replace it with a smile, even if only for a little while.

So we decided to call Dan at Project Pinball and join forces to put smiles on every child’s face! That’s the mission. To get these beautiful children and their families smiling and having some fun!

The goal? To place pinball machines in children’s hospitals all throughout New England and find friends who will head over regularly to make sure the machines are always up and running in tip top shape.

Our intentions are good, but we can’t do this alone. We need YOUR help! ​​​

When we started Pintastic, the first thing we set out to do was to use the show as a means of helping the beautiful children out there who battle and fight every day in hospitals around New England. These kids and their families fight a daily fight that most of us can’t even begin to imagine. Our mission was to try and help take away some of their hurt and pain and replace it with a smile, even if only for a little while.

So we decided to call Dan at Project Pinball and join forces to put smiles on every child’s face! That’s the mission. To get these beautiful children and their families smiling and having some fun!

The goal? To place pinball machines in children’s hospitals all throughout New England and find friends who will head over regularly to make sure the machines are always up and running in tip top shape.

Our intentions are good, but we can’t do this alone. We need YOUR help! ​​​