Post Malone Files Trademark for Competitive Beer Pong League

Mahlik Campbell

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LOS ANGELES, CA - MARCH 20: Post Malone behind the scenes before his Bud Light Dive Bar Tour show in Nashville at Footsies Dive Bar on March 20, 2018 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Rich Fury/Getty Images for Bud Light)

Post Malone is turning splashing beer into a business. 😂

If you needed another reminder about just how much Posty loves beer pong, here's one: He's reportedly starting his own beer pong league.

Per court docs garnered by TMZ, Post and his legal team are looking to secure a trademark for the "World Pong League," which will host tournaments, competitions, events and other exhibitions. In other words, having a supreme alcohol tolerance will finally be considered athletic.

Post and his manager Dre London are apparently the masterminds behind the venture, and sources claimed they're also planning to launch a line of branded merch, including sportswear, drink glasses, plastic cups, pong tables, cup racks, balls and more.

There's no talk of potential sponsors yet, but given the 25-year-old artist's affiliation with Bud Light stretching from the Super Bowl all the way to a beer can with his face on it, something tells me they might be interested.

He has a taste for more than hops, though. Just about a month ago, Post unveiled his first French rosé wine called Maison No. 9 going for $21.99 per bottle. In just two days of pre-ordering, 50,000 bottles were sold. Not to mention the platform selling the wine, Vivino, crashed on the first morning due to the extreme number of buyers.

While the beer pong league is still in its early stages, let's hope Patrick Mahomes and Travis Kelce don't catch wind of what's happening. On the same day as their Super Bowl parade in Kansas City, they took down Post so many times that he got their names tattooed on his forearm.

“I don’t know if I’ve been that hot on the pong table ever in my life,” Kelce admitted.