In the premises under the grandstand at Sundbyholm's trotting track, pinball machines stand in long rows. Over 200 pinball players are on site to make up for the Swedish Championship title.

On Saturday morning, the qualifying competitions are in full swing and one of those who has high hopes is Arvid Flygare. He started playing pinball as a five-year-old and today belongs to the world's elite. He has won both the Swedish Championships and the European Championships and placed high at the World Championships as well.

"It's physical and not just pixels on a screen. These are actually things that happen in real life.

In the clip, Arvid Flygare gives tips on how to become a better pinball player.