Swedish Pinball Open
Yet Another World Pinball Championships
Swedish Pinball Open is the successor of the annual international pinball tournament Stockholm Open. Due to the quite similar name as the tennis tournament "If Stockholm Open", and due to the fact that the tournament will not take place in Stockholm this year, we have changed the name. This year, the tournament will take place the week before the IFPA World Pinball Championships, at the very same venue and on the very same machines. Elite players from all around the world mix with casual players from Sweden and other countries to compete and socialize for several days, until the Swedish Pinball Open Yet Another World Champion is crowned.
Jorian Engelbrektsson - Winner 2014
The tournament is open to anyone who wishes to attend, and there are no special requirements for skill or citizenship to participate.
The Swedish Pinball Open 2015 will be held at PinballsEye in Borås, in western Sweden, on May 15-17. Click the red drop on the map to get address info.
The Stockholm Open started in 2004, and was an immediate success. It grew to be one of the six major pinball tournaments in the world, with participants from many different countries on several continents. In 2009 the tournament took a pause due to lack of locations to host the event. Thanks to Heron City and O'Learys, it was reopened in 2013 with an A division, a split flipper division, a classics division and some mini-tournaments. The classics division is usually played on games manufactured 1985 or earlier. The A division and classics division participants receives WPPR points.
The A division winners throughout the years:
|2004||Fredrik "F L" Lindberg|
|2005||Stefan "FEZ" Andersson|
|2006||Fredrik "F L" Lindberg|
|2007||Mats "MCR" Runsten|
|2008||Paul "PFJ" Jongma|
|2009||Jorian "JOE" Engelbrektsson|
|2013||Jorian "JOE" Engelbrektsson|
|2014||Jorian "JOE" Engelbrektsson|
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Posted 2015-05-17 20:08 By Patrik
We have a winner! Adam Becker beat Jörgen Holm in the final, and can now call him self the Swedish Champion 2015. Trent Augenstein won the bronze against Fredrik Malmqvist. Congrats to all of you!
Posted 2015-05-17 17:53 By Patrik
We have a doubles champion team! HAU - Marcus Hugosson and Johan Genberg - beat TUW - Anders Carlsson and Henrik Hultin - in the finals, and PAJ - Patrik Lindberg and Harald Jönsson - won the bronze. Congrats to all of you!
Posted 2015-05-17 15:32 By Patrik
Another champion! Per Ahlenius win the One Minute Pinball mini-tournament on Dirty Harry by scoring 141 163 450. Congrats, Per!
Posted 2015-05-17 15:32 By Patrik
Another champion! Per Holknekt won the Pinball Orienteering mini-tournament by making a slam dunk on NBA, destroying a castle on Medieval Madness and liting a monster fish on Fish Tales - all in less than one minute and 31 seconds. Congrats, Per!
Posted 2015-05-17 14:34 By Patrik
The Classics division is now finished! Congrats to Jorian, Mats and Peter that got the gold, silver and bronze medals!
Posted 2015-05-17 02:43 By Patrik
The doubles finals tree has now been updated with all teams and games!
Posted 2015-05-17 01:37 By Patrik
The Classics finals tree has now been updated with all games, players and results!
Posted 2015-05-16 20:48 By Patrik
We have our third champion! Anders Carlsson got 183 123 200 points on Dirty Harry in exactly one minute. Congrats, Anders!
Posted 2015-05-16 18:11 By Patrik
We have our second champion! Teemu Vinnikka won the Saturday Pinball Orienteering by making a Slam Dunk on NBA, lit a madness mode on Medieval Madness and lit monster fish on Fish Tales - all in less than one minute and 24 seconds. Congrats, Teemu!
Posted 2015-05-16 00:31 By Patrik
We have our first champion! Stefan Bååth won the Pinball Orienteering by turning on a multiball (regular or warehouse) on Dirty Harry, starting lightening lamp on Tales of the Arabian Nights and starting theatre on Theatre of Magic - which took him 2 minutes and 10 seconds all together. Congrats, Stefan!