I don't think this question gets raised enough though I am a bit curious. Before the COVID-19 Pandemic I've always tried to support my Local Game / Hobby Stores once every weekend. I have been buying more on TCGPlayer than I have on eBay since the proceeds go directly toward Local Game / Hobby Stores. I refuse to shop on Amazon unless it's an emergency situation. With a lot of these stores opening back up again I started noticing small Organized Play events being brought back though I'm not sure what it will look like given current social distancing guidelines. I'm not gonna sugarcoat it, it's probably going to look a whole lot different. If anyone experienced any differences to what their locals does now compared to what they did before the pandemic feel free to let me know. Has there been a recent uptick of players being required to wear masks and gloves? How are these businesses doing financially? Are they doing enough to get more customers into their store? How is the local community? Do you buy or sell Pokémon TCG singles at your locals? As for myself there are people within my local community who refuse to get a part-time job to financially support their Local Game / Hobby Store because of scheduling issues with having to work during the weekends which is when they want to play. So they tend to rely on other people that do have a part-time job with weekends off to help pay for their cards, decks, and sleeves though it depends on how much disposable income is being made to help compensate for it. The people who do have part-time jobs would still need to support themselves aside from other people in their playgroup (two would be the max IMO). E-commerce has made it a whole lot easier which is why I'm a bit surprised that the Comic Book Shop that doubles as an Game / Hobby Store in my area hasn't expanded past their eBay Store. Thoughts?