If you and your team love competition and are up for a fun and challenging test of all things sporting, you’re going to love our new Virtual Sports Trivia Challenge! Combining state-of-the-art gaming with our engaging professional hosts, our Virtual Sports Trivia Challenge is a fast-paced and action-packed way for your group to flaunt their knowledge of sports of all kinds.
Athletic competitions have had a historic impact in every country – and many generations of fans and have given rise to the amazingly varied and popular sports of today! From the Olympics to the most popular individual and team sports in the USA and around the world, this challenge will determine who really knows about the games that we watch, and the players we cheer for!
Facilitated by our professional and knowledgeable host, your group will experience a fully engaging and interactive competition. All participants will be watching the facilitator’s game screen and using their iPhone or Android phone as an audience response pad – there is no need to download an app!
The game features a mix of multiple-choice, true/false, and fill-in-the-blank trivia questions. The faster participants respond correctly, the more points they earn!
Participants will be tested on facts relating to athletes, teams, coaches, and well-known sporting competitions. Although many of the challenges will focus on today’s games, teams, and superstars, be prepared to revisit history with past sports heroes and historic games which are etched into the minds of millions!
In this virtual sports trivia battle, we encourage the fun banter and exchanges that come with competition and foster team camaraderie. Along the way, your group will have the opportunity to share some of their personal sporting experiences and passions through polling and facilitated discussion as well!
So, You Think You Know Sports?? Then let the games begin!!
Short on Time? This program also comes in a 30-minute virtual version for live meeting breaks. All participants play the game on their Apple or Android device (no app to download, participants play through a website), individually or in groups sharing a device.