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Two similar game shows that use our new Face Off Podium. Two teams face off against each other in a high speed survival of the smartest games. Add a Category Board with two team and you have a fast moving visual game show (Category Face Off).

Great for trade show booths, social events, and quick programs. This takes up a small space and high turnover.

We provide the host, the faceoff podium, sound, music, and set designed a the appropriate level for the event and budget.

This game can be played at no extra charge after Survey Says and is integrated into our Versus! game show.

Picture shown is “3-Star” but can be upgraded for 5-Star promotions.


FACE-OFF! Game ideas

Individual Play:

Simply have one contestant at each player location and ask easy questions in a fast paced manner and keep track of which contestant answers the most questions correctly.

Team Play:

Line up 3, 4, 5 or more contestants at each player position (relay style) and ask the first two Face Off contestants a question. The one that locks out first and answers correctly stays in the game and moves to the back of the line. The contestant that did not lockout first or locked out and answered incorrectly is out of the game. Continue play in this manner until one team no longer has any players. The remaining players are now the winners.


FACE-OFF! Brain Game

Object of the game:

The “Brain” (lead player) must answer three questions in a row correctly against three different competitors on the other side of the podium, in order to win. Game set-up: A seemingly endless number of competitors attempt to defeat the “Brain”. The “Brain” stands behind one player position and about 20 competitors line up (relay style) behind opposite player position. The host asks relatively easy, fast moving questions. Each time a new question is asked a new competitor moves up to compete against the “Brain”.

Competitor scenarios:

If the competitor lockouts out first and answer the question wrong, or the “Brain” lockouts out first and answers correctly the competitor is out and finds his/her seat. If the competitor locks out first and answers correctly he/she assumes the “Brain” position. At this point the “Brain” is down the drain and the audience is encouraged to insult (in a fun loving’ way) the Ex-Brain. SEE-YA! Usually works well!

“Brain” scenarios:

Each time the “Brain” answers a question correctly he/she receives a point (or whatever you designate) and wins if he/she gets 3 points. Keep in mind that if the “Brain” is beaten’ to the draw by the competitor, and the answer is correct, or the “Brain” locks out first and answers incorrectly, the “Brain” is out. The “Brian” does not gain points when a competitor answers incorrectly, nor does the “Brain” have the opportunity to answer a question after the competitor.