Unfortunately a lot of the upcoming machines for sale related to this recent fiasco is because they will HAVE TO not because they WANT TO. Even more unfortunate, looking at the big picture, the deals will probably be on machines made in the last decade or so that are on locations that are closed. This could cause demand to drop significantly for those manufacturers that are still open and could cripple sales for NIB.
Hopefully bars/restaurants/ entertainment venues will survive all this in the long haul but it's a reality not all will. For those locations that have 1 or 2 newer games (or more) it might be time for those machines to go. I still say it's too soon to speculate all the aftermath. Right now it's important to support those business by ordering takeout food if that's an option for that business. That way the location can at least survive. Hopefully the operator of the games inside will too. As someone who used to have a dozen locations or so, I'm not envious of those folks right now and wishing them the best.