iPONG

Macgregor

iPONG Brisbane is Australia's first interactive arcade bar offering digitised darts and electronic beer pong.

iPong McGregor

Tucked away in an industrial enclave of panel beaters (behind Ultra Tune) on Kessels Road in Macgregor, this neon-lit pong parlour allows patrons to compete with players all over the world, using electronic PONGConnect tables. 

iPONG, Macgregor, arcade bar

Powered by smart sensors, with dazzling lights and sound effects, and an automatic scoring system, these state-of-the art tables turn traditional beer pong into a cybernated experience. The space-aged venue also boasts a wall of electronic dart machines bringing the age-old popular pub game into the future.   

Customers can get comfortable with bright red banquette seating provided and indulge in libations; from bottled beer and beer on tap, including iPONG's signature brew, to wine and classic cocktails like martinis, mojitos and margaritas.

iPONG, Macgregor, arcade bar

Bar snacks on offer range from shoestring fries and onion rings to a mixed platter of calamari, fried chicken, chicken wings, beer battered fish and fries. 

iPONG MacGregor

Nice to know - VIP boxes are available on the mezzanine level, perfect for private get-togethers and parties.   

By Deb Lidster 

iPONG

Unit 6, 547 Kessels Rd 

Macgregor 

Opening hours 

Licensed

0433 689 179

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