This has been asked before. For me...it's Minnesota. Fantastic, and some historic, route locations such as; SS Billiards, Sun Ray Lanes, Mortimer's, Blainbrook Bowl, Pinball on a Stick at the Minnesota State Fair and many more. We have some route ops that actually care and maintain their games. On route over 258 machines in over 103 locations in the area with access to games like the original Big Bang Bar and Bill Paxton pins on route. Home to Bryan Kelly restorer extraordinaire, MN Pinball's Pinball Hall of Fame (Home of the IFPA 7 World Championships), The Pin Ghetto, TJ's Barcade, Eby Island and countless other home collector's with amazing collections and knowledge. I can think of very few games I would not have access to locally if I really wanted to play them for whatever reason. For competition, we have 3 monthly tournaments, at least one league running at any time year round, plus numerous one-off events at a variety of locations. We have some top notch players here too including the current #3 IFPA National Tournament finisher and former National Champion Paul Madison. We are also within driving distance of Expo and the MGC. I feel very lucky to live here. I've been to lots of other locales and I have not seen anything that really compares.