Depends on where you have it, how much you charge, times the place is open, and the maximum amount of plays per hour.
No matter where you put it, it will make money because people are going to travel and play it. That’s why I wanted to put one here in Nashville.
Problem is, at $12,000 for two boards, and sacrificing cabinets that require HD monitors, you are looking at $15,000 invested already.
Let’s say you charge $0.75 a play, and each match lasts 4 minutes, which is average.
15 matches an hour = $12 an hour average IF everyone plays, 8 hours a day.
$100 a day - slow sessions = $500 a week or so
$2000 a month x 6 months = $12,000 IF the game is played non stop almost for 6 months.
In 6 months, the console version comes out. It would be good if the value of the board remained at $12,000 in 6 months, but it probably will not.