After watching some of what Jack Danger is doing with streamers playing against each other in realtime using Zoom I'm interested in doing something on a much smaller scale with my local pinheads. I'm comfortable enough with OBS and a streaming setup to host and do the heavy lifting there and a quick poll on our FB group shows there's plenty of interest in participating and/or watching. The big issue however is going to be that most folks will have different games so it's not going to be a true tournament in that sense so I'm trying to think through the format and in what ways can it still be a fun gathering of people playing pinball together. I figure on the technical side while it won't be fancy, if people have a laptop they can position it in a way where we see them and the playfield. For actual gameplay I'm thinking we'd get a list of who has what games and if there are any overlaps we'd do some head to head challenges for like games first, and then switch over to just some random play with everyone like longest play on a single ball, one handed, etc. It's never going to be apples to apples with all different games but at the same time it would be fun to see who is playing what in their personal collection and part of the point is for a local group that hasn't met since early March to see each other and get to hang out doing what we love. Would welcome any thoughts or ideas as I start coordinating this as to what works and doesn't if you've done it or any ideas you might have.