As a teen prodigy in the Chuckee Cheese’s skeeball circuit, Joey the Cat turned pro in the fall of 2009 and quickly made a name for himself in the Brewskee-Ball nationwide tour. As soon as he was old enough to roll a ball, Joey dedicated himself rolling the highest skeeball scores amongst anyone who would play him. At age 11, he was the youngest player to roll three full circles (all 9 balls in the 40 pocket) back-to-back-to-back. He would go on to break countless records before winning his first major at the age of 23, the San Francisco Skeeson III BROTY (best roller of the year). Continuing his quest for Skeeball glory, he beat the best 64 rollers in the country for the title of National Skeeball Champion in 2011 and 2012.
Residing in the Mission District of San Francisco, Joey the Cat can never be found too far from a Skeeball machine. He has machines in 4 locations and is actively seeking more destinations for his Skeeball machines.