This Calgary Student is Probably the World’s Best Beer Pong Player

Andrew Borys is like every other Canadian student in that he loves beer pong.

What sets him apart, though, is that he might just be the best in the world at it.

Over the past six years, Borys has been filming himself throwing ping pong balls into cups. We first saw a video of him clearing a six-cup pyramid in six shots, which turned out to be just another day at the table for the 21-year-old.

Club Flip on top of the @revbalance board! Also gotta rep the @bluejays. 🎶 Peace of my Heart by @mollymoore

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His social media accounts, which he claims have racked up over 90 million views, are filled with trick shots and a sniper’s accuracy that could serve well as an argument that beer pong should be an Olympic sport.

Just look at this madness:

“Beer pong is such a simple skill, but I’m doing something that people haven’t seen before. I can see how it’s happening, but it’s definitely cool that it is actually happening,” said Borys in an interview with the Huffington Post.

While he’s probably made his fair share of fans at parties, he will take his talents to Vegas this summer to compete on a much grander stage. There he’ll compete with the best in the business at the World Series of Beer Pong, with a top prize of $50,000 up for grabs.

Good luck, champ.

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