This show is being offered at an extremely reduced rate to honor the amazing Class of 2020 and provide groups an affordable event to offer virtually!
Just because most graduation parties have been cancelled or drastically altered doesn't mean you still can't have fun with a group of people celebrating the milestone. Host a VIRTUAL trivia game! For a limited time, we're offering this show at a reduced price to assist families scrambling to come up with fun and socially distanced events for their special graduates!
What you'll get with purchase:
- The 20 for 2020 rapid fire show as a downloadable file (will be ready after purchase).
- The presentation is for use with Google Slides or Microsoft Powerpoint (download is a .ppt file). You host and move the show along on your computer, and invite your guests to the fun!
- There is a full set of questions. You can structure the game to meet your needs.
- A template is included to make personalized questions about your community or specific graduating senior.
- Part one is a welcome guide, followed by the show you share online or project on a wall for a live event.
- This game was designed with social distancing in mind, and can easily be played virtually. Simply launch Zoom (or similar service) and share the screen that has the presentation. It's that simple!
About the game:
The game prompts players to answer 20 questions, all related to either major events that happened over the last thirteen years (the time the class of 2020 was in school!), or things pertaining directly to graduation and higher education.
- Questions are presented in a fresh and colorful format.
- Facilitator will have the answers (at the end of the presentation) and can assign values to the questions or use the suggested points on the presentation (5 points per correct answer).
- Depending on the crowd/party size, the game is estimated to take 30 minutes to play, and comes with the flexibility to add your own questions if you need a longer event.
- Your attendees will simply need a writing utensil and one piece of paper to play. That's it!
- This game is for adults/teen players.
- As this is a digital product, there are no returns offered.
About the Author:
- Daniel Barbour has written and hosted over 300 trivia shows, has worked in libraries for over twenty years (eleven years as a full-time Young Adult Librarian), and appeared on the second season of the ABC network reality show I Survived a Japanese Game Show. As COVID-19 brought the trivia gig portion of his career to a screeching halt, and the demand for virtual programming arose, online trivia games were born!