We've seen many noteworthy pinball locations in the US announce that they will be closing down permanently. With COVID-19 looking to be a very real long-term hindrance in the logistical operation of location pinball, do you think that the majority of pinball bars will be able to sustain a viable amount of income? Will a majority of these locations (which have been a big factor in pinball's resurgence) be forced to close down by the end of 2020? What impact do you think it will have on the pinball hobby/industry overall? Is 2020 the high watermark from which pinball's popularity will begin to once again recede? Do you believe new pinball locations will eventually spring up to take the place of the ones that have closed?
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