I got 2 3090's and a 3060ti from EVGA's queue.
It really depends on the model you wanted to get. If you were looking to get the low-end (Black model) of pretty much any GPU tier, they hardly made and shipped them out.
Look at the 3070/3080/3090 Black times in the EVGA queue list - dates they last shipped any are still back in Sept and Oct of 2020. The only cards in that Black series that actually shipped was the 3060 and 3050, but they're more recent and less sought after.
Once EVGA changed how many cards they let you have a spot for in the queue (Queue rules 2.0), I had my eyes on the 3070 Black and 3080 Black, as well as the 3070 XC Ultra and 3080 XC Ultra. When the 3070Ti models were announced I got my name on the list for both models and I also removed myself from the 3070 and 3080 I had spots for because of the new queue rules EVGA was going by.
My choice to drop the 3070 Black, 3070 XC3 Ultra, 3080 Black, 3080 XC3 Ultra appears to be a sound decision by me since none of those cards have had any models ship since the end of October 2020.
I personally had a 3060 (this was my first one, I just needed something better than the 980Ti I had that was having issues) and eventually two 3070Ti cards from the EVGA queue.
In the end it just depends on what model you wanted, some moved a lot more than others and some haven't really seen the light of day since they officially launched them back in September of 2020.