Virtual Team Building Games

Team Building Games

Discover a selection of 27 Game Shows team building activities that are perfect for your team. Onsite.fun team building activities have the best hosts for hanging out with the people that you interact with every day. Prices start at $17 per person, and escape rooms and mixology workshops are popular options for team building activities. Either way, you'll find an activity for everyone's needs.
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Best Virtual Game Show Ever
Best Virtual Game Show Ever
*We will customize this session to address what your team wants and needs.* It’s time to disrupt your next virtual event with the Best Virtual Game Show Ever! In this interactive game show experience your host Rob Ferre, GSP (Game Show Person) will have your participants engage in a variety of games. You can play as teams, or one on one battles. With a wide variety of games to choose from you can bet it will be a blast! Some of the games are: * Minute to Win It * Jeopardy * Family Feud * Name That Tune * Finish that Lyric * Lip Sync * Air Guitar * Eating Contest * Dance Off Get ready to have fun, get out of your seats for an interactive experience you won’t forget. Your organization will thank you for it!
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Street Art Adventure around Lisbon
Don't let the travel restrictions put you away from traveling and let’s discover Lisbon through its Street Art in a Unique Virtual Experience! This is an amazing interactive Street Art Adventure, where you will see some of the highlights of our Street Art with their Powerful Messages at the same time that you are learning about our History and Culture of Lisbon in an Artistic way. Introducing to you the Psychology and Street Codes of this culture for you to be able to decode the messages in your own city!Be surprised by the challenges, the secrest spots and fun you will have with Igor! You will see works created by Vhils, Bordalo II, Shepard Fairey, Utopia, and a lot more! You will see how big is the Art scene here and how important it is for us! Prepare your drinks, food, and your creativity!
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What are Virtual Team Building Games?

A Virtual Team Building Game is a happy hour activity where your employees can participate and compete in a series of games. Most game shows ask questions from the participants or prepare puzzles for players to solve. Game shows typically have segments called ‘rounds’. These are mostly ‘easy’, ‘medium’, and ‘difficult’. There may even be an elimination round until a winner is declared.

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What are Virtual Team Building Games?

A Virtual Team Building Game is a happy hour activity where your employees can participate and compete in a series of games. Most game shows ask questions from the participants or prepare puzzles for players to solve. Game shows typically have segments called ‘rounds’. These are mostly ‘easy’, ‘medium’, and ‘difficult’. There may even be an elimination round until a winner is declared.

How do you choose your Virtual Game on Zoom?

Virtual game shows are a great get-together event for your team. Here’s how you can make that happen:
  • Choose the games you want to play
  • Choose a theme for the game show
  • Create a committee and delegate your tasks
  • Select your video chat platform (ex. Zoom)
  • Set a time and date for the actual event
  • Send invites and teasers
  • Pre-assign players for each game (optional)
  • Do a technical run before the actual event
  • Bring the game show to life

What are some good remote game ideas?

The beauty of games shows is that you can have teams or individuals as players in a variety of games. Here are some ideas:
  • Jeopardy
  • Minute to Win It
  • Air Guitar
  • Dance Off
  • Eating Contest
  • Lip Sync
  • Family Feud
  • Name That Tune

What are the benefits of virtual trivia?

Virtual trivia is one of the easiest ways you can do to increase social time and bonding for your team. Aside from the opportunity to get together outside of work, you’ll also enjoy picking your team’s brain. It definitely wouldn’t make us smart overnight but trivia questions do good things to your memory as you try to dig information you otherwise would’ve stored at the back of your head for a long time.

How do you make virtual trivia fun?

Here are some ideas for that fun virtual trivia night:
  • Choose a theme: It may be extra but it’s another chance for your team to dress up and be creative. Ask them to turn on their videos for this one.
  • Create your questions. If you’re going with a theme, you can align it to that. If not, you can source out questions depending on your audience.
  • Send an invite. Include the time and date, the video platform like Zoom, and what to prepare (if applicable).
  • Send teasers. Build up their excitement. In my experience, I find that sending countdowns create a feeling for employees to look forward to.
  • Choose a host. A fun and engaging host makes a difference in all social events. You can get one in-house.
  • Go live. It’s the day you’ve all been waiting for. Have fun and get some laughs.
Always do a post-event survey to get to know how your participants felt about the event and what you can improve on the next time. Lastly, pat yourself a pat on the back for a job well done.

What are virtual murder mystery games?

Similar to virtual escape rooms, virtual murder mystery games invite your team to put on the detective hat and solve a murder story. They are oriented with the murder plot and laid out with the characters that they will have to portray. Aside from problem-solving and mental thinking skills, there’s also role-playing. Lastly, your team gets to share a unique experience aside from the usual team-building exercises.

How do you play virtual murder mystery games?

Murder mystery games are a unique experience for everyone as each of your team gets to play a part in solving a problem. Here is a guide on how to play this game:

Pre-Event:

  • Choose a theme for your virtual murder mystery. Set your Zoom background, your character names, and your audio to compliment your theme.
  • Plan out your murder plot and the characters that you want your team to take on.
  • Determine what video chat platform you’ll use. Zoom is best for this one as you have the option to create breakout rooms.
  • Send you an invite to your team. Set your time and date.

During the event:

  • Welcome everyone and announce the murder plot. Assign the characters as well.
  • Participants can then start the interrogation by chatting privately with other characters or you can set up breakout rooms to make heighten the experience.
  • Gather everyone back to the main screen and let the accusations begin.
  • Wrap up your party and declare the winner!

What are good virtual murder mystery themes?

Here are some virtual murder mystery theme ideas:
  • Ghost Ship Murder Mystery
  • Haunted Hotel Murder Mystery
  • Masquerade Ball Murder Mystery
  • Family Reunion Murder Mystery
  • CSI: Find the Killer Murder Mystery
  • Murder at the Mansion Mystery

What is Jeopardy?

Much like virtual trivia, Jeopardy is a game where players choose a category in a game board and answer questions based on the game board tile they’ve chosen. It’s a popular choice when it comes to game shows. Like the televised version, jeopardy questions become more and more challenging as the game advances. A scoreboard is maintained and players get eliminated one round at a time until someone wins.

How do you play Jeopardy?

There are Jeopardy packages that you can choose from where the game is already prepared for you with a host to lead the entire game. However, if you want to do it on your own, here’s a guide:
  • Prepare a game board. You can download free templates or create one Powerpoint.
  • Set a video call and invite your participants.
  • Break your team into groups if you have a large audience. If not, you can play this game one-on-one.
  • Break your team into groups if you have a large audience. If not, you can play this game one-on-one.
  • Assign a moderator to take care of the scoreboard and a host if you’re not the one facilitating the game.
  • Roll out the questions and let the players answer until there’s a winner.

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