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1315 NW Overton St, Portland Oregon 97209

Established in 2013, Pure Pong in the Pearl is a division of West Coast Event Productions, a company that has been creating and executing events in Portland and along the West coast for over 35 years. Pure Pong in the Pearl is the place to go to get your pong on and enjoy one another’s company! Ping Pong is popping up in urban locations around the country, and it’s popularity is growing for good reason!

 Why Play Pong in the Pearl?

  • Ping Pong is an everyone sport… anyone and everyone can participate in pong at any level! Bring your family, or stay later and skip the bar scene for something with a little more bounce. See hours and events.
  • It’s inexpensive… Stay all day for the low price of $10.
  • It’s where the Pros Go… Oregon State Table Tennis champion Tim Aikey, and Olympic player, Sean O’Neill, not only hold lessons at the venue, but are paying members themselves. “Pure Pong is a great addition to the table tennis scene in Portland.  I use the facility weekly to help my students take their game to the next level. If you want tons of tables, high ceilings, and plenty of space it can’t be beat!”- Table Tennis Olympian, Sean O’Neil.
  • You can come empty handed… All players are equipped with quality gear necessary to optimize your Ping Pong play including paddles, balls, and even a few ball catchers! It’s an experience unlike playing in your garage–each table equipped with three star balls, and sometimes, human ball catchers. Here, there is no chasing runaway balls that roll under the lawn mower or couch!

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