Minutes ago Stern Pinball published a press release and the first official teaser of its long-rumored next machine, Rush. Originally scheduled to be fully revealed at the 2022 Consumer Electronics Show January 5th through 8th, Stern decided to do a virtual launch instead after the dramatic rise in COVID cases.
STERN PINBALL TO VIRTUALLY SHOWCASE ITS NEW TECHNOLOGY, INSIDER CONNECTED™, AT THE 2022 CONSUMER ELECTRONICS SHOW
Stern’s New Rush Pinball Machines Featuring Insider Connected Will Be Revealed
CHICAGO, IL and LAS VEGAS, NV – December 28, 2021 – Stern Pinball, Inc., will be returning to the Consumer Electronics Show virtually and not in-person. Historically the pinball games in our CES booth attract large crowds. Given the current fast spread of COVID in many parts of the world, we concluded our virtual attendance would offer the most protection to pinball fans.
Highlighted this year will be Stern’s Insider Connected, the greatest technological advance to pinball in decades, giving players even more reasons to play. Insider Connected lets players track scores and offers new achievements for connected pinball machines. Through their mobile phones or computers, players can acces s their profiles, post scores, find the locations of connected machines, or explore pinball activities in their area.
Insider Connected Pro provides tools for commercial operators to improve earnings and operational efficiency through remote updates and diagnostics. All Stern Pinball machines now ship with Insider Connected enabled. CES attendees and all pinball players can register for Insider Connected at insider.sternpinball.com/.
Stern Pinball will showcase the new Rush pinball machines for the first time. Rush, the iconic Canadian progressive rock band, has an impassioned global fan base. Rush has sold over 40 million records and filled stadiums during sold-out tours for decades. Rush Insider Connected pinball machines will be displayed for the press during virtual press conferences all week long.