The Bucks County-based manufacturer of Skee-Ball has sole a iconic arcade diversion to a Wisconsin-based rival, The New York Times reports.

Skee-Ball Inc. was invented and law in 1909 by J.D. Estes of Philadelphia and was after purchased by Joe Sladek in 1985. It has been formed in Chalfont, Bucks County since a creation. 

The customer is Bay Tek Games, that manufactures identical alley-bowler-style games, The Times reports. 

Bay Tek skeleton to rebrand a diversion and move it “to a subsequent level,” a news said, though what accurately that entails is a mystery during this time.

The understanding was sealed Tuesday and a cost wasn’t disclosed, The Times reports.

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