The Scorbit platform works by connecting Scorbitrons to the Scorbit Platform, and players accessing those Scorbitrons via the app or ScorbitVision.
Scorbitrons on their own do not function without the platform. Each time you connect a Scorbitron that you own to the platform, it consumes a device license.
Scorbitrons are purchased up front, as hardware that you own. Licenses are purchased as part of a subscription plan.
With either plan, you buy the hardware (the one-time fee) on a per-unit basis. The more units you own in total, the lower your initial cost per unit, starting at $299.99, and dropping to $199.99.
As stated previously, Scorbitrons only work when they are activated with a license, which is made available as part of either a Collector or Operator plan.
Both plans provide you licenses at a certain cost per month and at a discount for an annual, up-front payment. However, the two plans costs are structured differently with different features available.
Please note: This pricing discussion is meant to precede coupons, discounts or promotions, and does not take into account any of those added during the purchase process.
Collectors are anyone with a pinball machine they own. They could be in the home or at a venue, like an arcade. Collectors get all the real-time features of Scorbit, such as interacting with the Scorbit app, the ScorbitVision scoreboards, leaderboards and streamboards, and all the interactive features. A collector's machines tend to be nearby, so they don't require remote management features or metrics.
The more licenses a Collector owns, the greater the discount. The total recurring cost of a Collector Plan is based on pricing tiers, where for each tier you get a certain number of total licenses per per month:
For example, someone with five machines would fall into the 2-10 license tier. The total cost per month would be $6.99, or with an annual subscription discount, $69.72 a year.
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Operators have all the features of Collectors, such as interacting with the Scorbit app, the ScorbitVision scoreboards, leaderboards and streamboards, and all the interactive features.
However, in addition, Operators machines are often remote, or "routed" on location. For this reason, these Scorbitrons are equipped for real-time monitoring, health metrics, and analytics. This is a plan intended for professionals who earn revenue with their machines.
The more licenses an Operator owns, the lower the price per license per month. The total recurring cost of an Operator Plan is also based on tiers, where the recurring price per license goes down depending on the total number of licenses in the plan:
For example, someone with eight machines would fall into the 6-20 tier. The total cost per month would be 8 times $8.99, for $71.92 a month, or with an annual subscription discount, 8 times $86.31 for $690.48 per year.
We know there are Collectors who are Operators and vice versa. An operator with machines at home shouldn't pay for remote features on those machines. Therefore, we offer the ability to buy two plans based on the individual's needs. In this case, when Scorbitrons are activated, you can choose which plan to use with each Scorbitron. You still can manage all your machines in one place via the app and Scorbit online tools.