Disagree, for good reason. I'll share this story:
Turn back the clock to when Daytona USA was a brand new game in arcades and on the street. It was popular, and I mean *majorly* popular. It was making money hand-over-fist at the time, and there was often a line to grab a seat to play it, especially if you were with a group of friends and wanted to race each other. Sometimes you'd have to wait an extra round and let somebody else play before you just so all four of you could be going at the same time. It was kind of a pain, but everybody understood what was going on, and you all worked around each other. It was $1 to play the thing, and you inserted one quarter at a time.
You know what happened.
In walks a guy, generally older than most who were there. He's got a couple rolls of quarters, sits down in one of the seats, and starts inserting quarter after quarter after quarter. His initial game starts, and he doesn't even play it...he just keeps rolling quarters into the slot, until finally, at long last, he's dumped in a ridiculous number of quarters, and starts playing them. Some people realized what he was doing, and some didn't, only to come to understand that he was camping out in the spot and "reserving" it for himself for the next hour or more. I cannot tell you how much this pissed off everyone else who was waiting to play. The guy playing was just wearing a crap-eating grin and basically told anyone else around him to deal with it and bugger off. He was playing in *every* match he chose to, whether the other players wanted him to or not.
And did that, right up until word got back to the owner, who was on site. The guy had been playing several games in a row uninterrupted when the owner came up and told everyone else to stop playing the adjacent machines after the current game, which they did. When that ended, the owner turned off the machines' power switch, killing the guy's plans, to which he violently objected, as you might think he would.
The owner addressed the situation and him down publicly, but *very* nicely. He told the guy that he'd refund his unused credits, this time. He told the guy that he was done with playing the game for the day, and he'd be welcome back on any ensuing day to play the game or any other game in the place...one credit at a time. The guy still objected. The owner said, again *very* nicely, that he'd paid for plays of the game, yes, but he had *not* paid for rental of the seat, or for a piece of the ownership of the game, or the venue. Those all did *not* belong to the guy, and there's a system in place for playing the game, which included letting others play after one credit was played by anyone. If the guy didn't like that, the owner said, he would not be welcome back, and if he tried it *again* in any fashion, there would be no refunds, and he would be barred from the establishment. "See you tomorrow..." the owner said, as he walked away, after handing the guy his money.
My understanding (but no direct personally seen evidence) is that the guy returned, apologized to the owner the next day, and never had a problem there again.