Virtual Best Collegiate Feud is our fun, fast-paced collegiate game show that can be played by up to 50 people, all engaged remotely, but participating and enjoying the action together as a group!
With all of the high-spirited fun and excitement of a live game show, this engaging competition will pit remote colleagues and peers against each other in a contest to identify the most popular responses to fun and thought-provoking survey questions.
Virtual Best Collegiate Feud has the feel of a real game show with captivating graphics and fun sound effects, all on your preferred virtual conferencing platform. The answer board is projected in real-time to all of the players, and you can even supply up to five of your own questions to include in this raucous game that is sure to delight the virtual crowd as much as the contestants.
After a fun face-off, contestants compete to take control of the game. With fast-paced rounds, teams can win based on securing the most points, or the two top-scoring teams can move on to play in the Finals to see who will be the Virtual Best Collegiate Feud champions!
Your high-energy virtual game show comes complete with a dynamic Master of Ceremonies, sound effects, and music. Virtual Best Collegiate Feud is ideally anywhere from 60 to 75 minutes in length and works for groups of up to 50.
We all loved our Virtual Best Collegiate Feud program! Everyone enjoyed the experience and we have been hearing positive feedback from participants. We loved seeing our custom questions included in the gameplay. Our host Paul was extremely engaging and fun to talk to, with a sharp wit and ability to think on his feed. We loved it all!
I just wanted to let you know that I enjoyed the game show and you did a really great job hosting! To me, it seems as though the whole group enjoyed it too. We’ll have to try out a different game next time or one of the other offerings. We’ll be in touch! Thanks again for everything!
The night was a hit! The most fun was the banter between our group and the host. It was a great team bonding activity because some new folks were mixed on teams and got to know each other. The feedback we got was that our group thought your host was excellent and their Virtual Best Collegiate Feud was a ton of fun.