This St. Patrick’s Day the lavish ladies are organizing a mini beer pong tournament to kick-start the #getLUCKY party! Beer pong, also known as Beirut, is a drinking game in which players throw a ping pong ball across a table with the intent of landing the ball in a cup of beer on the other end. We’ll have lots of prizes and champ t-shirts for the winning team.
How to Register:
Subject: Beer Pong
Include your full name and partner’s name, team name, email and contact number. All per-registered teams will receive complimentary cover to the event.
8 teams of 2 will battle it out to become the ultimate beer pong champions!
Tournament will be a single elimination
Player’s must buy in to participate ($5 entry fee, includes one Coors light, no cover)
After round 1 all additional beer must be purchased and will be 4$ at the bar.
Tournament starts at 10:00pm
All games will start with one round of rock, paper, scissors to see who goes first.
Registration deadline: Friday, March 16th 2012, noon.
Come play and get tipsy or win some awesome prizes!
VIP Package for 10 (cover & table service) for a future Saturday night at BLVD22
6 free shooters the same night
Bragging right champion t-shirts
Ribbons & 4 free shooters for the same night
House Rules for Beer Pong:
- Sink balls in all cups in opposing teams cups to win
- Bounce shots are worth 2 drinks but opposing team may swat away ball in defense
- You may reform the cups you are shooting at before your turn once per game
- If team shoots both balls in one cup the game is over
- If both players sink both shots in different cups, they get balls back and shoot again
- When defending you may pull away cups after ball has been sunk
- If a player reaches for a cup to pull it away and accidentally makes contact with the opposing teams shot, that counts as a drink
- No trick shots
- If all your cups have been sunk you and your partner gets one shot each to sink remaining cups in a row, if not the game is over
- If both teams have one cup left you must sink your ball and have the opposing team miss both shots to win