Our Orientation Game Show is the most fun way to introduce your college or university to incoming students. The Orientation Game Show is a full participant, full engagement Game Show, and a custom experience with questions that can be tailored to your college or university's history, campus, fun facts, and general knowledge. Students will earn points in this fun competition, but more importantly, they will be gaining knowledge about their new college or university, and school pride!
Our Collegiate Orientation Game Show puts your group's trivia knowledge to the test as two or more teams compete simultaneously, with clues delivered in the form of trivia questions, audio samples, and video clips by an engaging and professional Game Show host.
We utilize state-of-the-art podiums complete with microphones, face-off player positions, extra-large buttons, scoring, real game-like visuals, and sound effects, with multiple buzzers ensuring everyone is fully engaged!
Our professional facilitators/game show hosts will keep the event fun and fast-paced. After forming your group into teams, each team will elect a captain. Guided by a team captain and supported by the audience's energy and enthusiasm, one team's knowledge will catapult them to the winner's circle.
If your college or university is looking to bond, educate, or even test students, faculty, or administrators, we can design the perfect event for the occasion based on your group makeup, size, allotted time, and desired outcome. By incorporating information into a fun experience, students will retain what they've learned while connecting with their peers.
For groups with over 100 participants, our audience response polling system is used to allow each team to answer multiple-choice trivia questions. This determines the order that teams enter the main stage for a face-off round.
Since you like this program, you may also consider Virtual Orientation Game Show as a remote option!
Our "Game Show Feud" was an extremely well-organized event. It was a good-natured team building competition. Your Master-of-Ceremonies did a nice job with the icebreaker and the ad-lib to some of the entertaining responses. Fantastic event – a home run!