Post Malone Hosting Celebrity Beer Pong Tournament For Charity on Instagram Live

Rob Gronkowski, Camille Kostek, Machine Gun Kelly, Danny Amendola, Johnny Manziel and others will compete in the virtual tourney benefitting the fight against COVID-19.

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Post Malone has enlisted fellow quarantined celebs–including rappers, athletes and models–to compete in a celebrity-filled virtual beer pong tournament benefitting the battle against coronavirus.

The beer-loving “Circles” hitmaker, who counts Bud Light among his corporate sponsors, has enlisted famous pals to play in the tourney, including musicians Machine Gun Kelly, Kane Brown and Morgan Wallen; Rob Gronkowski and model girlfriend Camille Kostek; MLB players Trevor Bauer, Mike Clevinger, and Marcus Stroman; NHL player Tyler Seguin; NFL players Travis Kelce and Danny Amendola, as well as former player Johnny Manziel.

“Ladies and gentlemen, this is the Stevie Daniels Ballina Cup trophy,” Post said in a video shared by fellow rapper MIKE on Twitter. “This belongs to the finest beer pong player of the evening and at the end of the season it’s gonna go to the finest team.”

Post’s “Ballina Cup Beer Pong Tournament” will feature 16 teams playing over the course of eight nights, with games broadcast on Instagram Live.

Each team will pay an entry fee, which will benefit charities fighting the COVID-19 pandemic, reports Brobible, which also points out that Post recently flexed his beer pong skills in a game against fellow superstar Drake, which was caught on video here:

With pretty much all sports being canceled in the wake fo the pandemic, the beer pong tournament might be the closest thing fans have to watching famous athletes play in any kind of game for the time being. 

Posty poses with his beloved Bud Light.

Stay tuned for more details on how to watch, and may the best beer pong player win.