Last year a 27-year-old Canadian called Robert Gagno won the World Pinball Championship. Robert has autism so taking part in the sport has been a way of building an independent life.
… the commentator’s chair is the best seat in the house …
Ian Hanomansing of CBC News The National interviews Robert and his father, Maurizio.
If you visit this site regularly, you probably saw what happened last Sunday. You might have even been there to see it all happen. But, what if you weren’t there.
Salazar Film will be starting their crowdfunding campaign to produce their documentary Wizard Mode about pinball player, Robert Gagno. It’s scheduled to start today, September 16th and will run for one month.
Global News interviews Robert Gagno about the pinball scene and the upcoming documentary Wizard Mode.
Once you have obtained the grail, can you handle it? Will you unlock it’s secrets?
You say we need pinball personalities to grow the hobby? Well, here’s one of them.
Robert is one of inspirations for the Pinball EDU Foundation, a 501(c)3 charity with the mission to utilize the wonderful and unique game of Pinball for the social enrichment, skill development and education of kids and young adults.