I'm not an insider, but I would say that as long as the mining craze is still going on and people are having to work from home that the demand for GPUs will continue to exceed the supply for the year. You can be optimistic and say later this year things could get better, but if demand keeps up, the amount produced will not be met and thus the shortages will continue. Supply issues continue to be issues, water drought in Taiwan affecting TSMC, silicon shortages, demands for other products (PS5, Xbox, vehicles, etc) are already straining the limited production capabilities. Chip making fabs are huge investments which take years to setup and get running. From construction of the site to obtaining the equipment necessary to produce the chips all take time. This is why that even though companies are dedicating large amounts of funding to upgrade their production capabilities it will still be some time before we see those new investments help the situation.
I would sign up for every queue you can here, and then continue your search for a gpu outside as well. The 3090 queue has started to gain some speed once it got through the initial bottleneck but it is still more than 5 months behind at this point. One thing to keep in mind is that the amount of cards dedicated to the queue system can be changed by EVGA so the speed at which the queue moves can be either faster or slower based on obligations EVGA feels they need to meet or by their obligations. I guess what I'm trying to share is that EVGA could be dedicating more cards to get through the log jam and then at a later time reduce the number of cards available once the list gets to back log point say like 3 months or so. This is just my opinion, but there are people here who feel once they sign up for stuff that EVGA is obligated to provide them a card at a certain price. By continuing your search for gpus outside of the queue system, you might get lucky and get a card before you would with the queue or if EVGA discontinues mass production of a card you wanted you wont get stuck like some in the "dead" card queues which haven't seen much movement if at all.
My best advice for the queue is to sign up for every card you would want since you are not paying for them up front. You can decline them when you spot comes up, but if you don't sign up you wont have a chance either.