We’re less than two months away from the Masters of Beer Pong $100,000 tournament. It’s still early, but who’s your pick to win it all? Can anyone beat Ross Hampton?
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Beer pong is traditionally a drinking game, although drinking takes a backseat during competitive play. Do you play better completely sober or with a buzz? Is there an advantage to either?
Every televised sport has one thing in common: Sponsors. The events are sponsored, the players are sponsored, you get the point. When will some innovative company step up to the plate and take the sport of beer pong by storm?
Beer pong has a perception problem. Are we all just a bunch of “bros” standing around and playing beer pong, or are we something more?
Every sport needs to evolve to survive, and beer pong is no different. Is the game becoming too easy for the top players? What can we do to make the sport more difficult and balance things out?
The bounce shot in beer pong is as old as the game itself. But does anyone really bounce anymore? Is it time to finally retire the bounce shot?
Once upon a time, beer pong players used distractions to help get into the heads of opponents and win games. Somewhere along the way, the art of the distraction was lost. How can we bring it back?
Beer pong players are so judgmental. You’re either a “good” player or a “bad” player, and once an opinion is formed it’s impossible to change. Who are some of the most underrated players you know?
Usually, it’s the best beer pong players that get the most recognition. Even the best players in the world wouldn’t have been anything without the organizers who supplied them with places to play and tournaments to excel in. Who are some of the best organizers in your area?
Beer pong players have a nickname for everything. Some of us take for granted some of the more common expressions used in beer pong. What are some beer pong terms unique to your area?
Maybe it’s a lucky shirt. Maybe you need an Egg McMuffin in the morning. Maybe you need to stand on a certain side of the table. We all have our own beer pong superstitions. What are some of yours?
It may seem like a simple game of throwing a ball into a cup, but there’s a lot of strategy that goes into a competitive game of beer pong. What are some of the moves you make on the table to gain a competitive edge?