Live Virtual Game Show

Virtual Game Shows

Entertaining TV game shows complete with host…..LIVE and INTERACTIVE.

Just like our live stage interactive shows, but from the comfort of your home,

office, or wherever you have an internet connection.

Our virtual shows are fun and fully interactive.

We use the Zoom platform to have guests watch and participate in our

entertaining game shows just as they would in our live stage shows.


Our mimicked shows include Family Feud, Wheel of Fortune, Millionaire, Jeopardy, Team

Jeopardy, Music Trivia, General Trivia, Bingo, Spin to Win and Deal or No Deal.


How The Virtual Show Works


Zoom Platform

Guests wishing to play will be given a meeting ID/password for joining on Zoom.

If guests are currently in another Zoom meeting, they will need to sign into ours to play the game.

Upon entering the show, they will be greeted by our host.

With some games, players and/or teams will be chosen if they were not pre-arranged for limited player games such as Feud, Wheel of Fortune, Jeopardy, Millionaire, Deal or No Deal.

Games such as general Trivia, Music Trivia can have all guests participate.


With all games involving questions or trivia, our host will first ask the question verbally and then it will show on the screen once it has been asked.


Players will be asked ahead of time to type in the word “Buzz” into their chat window and be ready to hit their enter button once the question has been asked by our host. The first player to hit their “buzzer” will be asked to answer the question.

To keep players from simply buzzing in to be the first to buzz in without knowing the answer will have consequences.

If a player buzzes in and does not know the answer immediately, points will be deducted from their score, giving them the possibility of going into negative numbers.


For Family Feud, the buzzer button will only be used for the Face-off question to begin the round. After that it is up to the Family/Team to come up with the remainder of the answers on the board. When they get 3 strikes, the play moves over to the competing team to try to steal the points on the board just like on the TV show.

Contestant Selection:

There are a few ways in which to select contestants for the show.

There can be predetermined individuals or predetermined teams depending on the game style chosen

We can also do a complete random picking of names out of a hat and call them, just as on a TV game show. This adds a bit more fun to the game, since people will be surprised & excited to hear their name being called.

There are always a few people who do not want to play, and we will not force anyone who does not willingly wish to participate. Some guests may just want to watch the live game show.

If there are certain people that you would like to see playing, then we can arrange that they get called upon.

Our comedic host keeps things fun and amusing for players and spectators, as our game show is actually an entertaining show, as opposed to just a trivia quiz.


Play Styles:

The game can be played with the contestants playing as individuals or it can be in teams. Shows can run anywhere from 30 minutes to 1 1/2 hrs. Length of game can be pre-determined if a specific time window needs to be adhered to.

If team play is chosen, we will then take the top scoring teams of each round and bring them back up to play a final round to decide the overall winner. With games doing individual play such as with Trivia, the winner will be determined by their score at the end of a set number of questions.


Custom Questions:

Game show questions are completely customizable, which is a great way to personalize the game show to your company. We can use questions that you supply to us (make sure some are goofy and fun), or we can make up customized questions for you from a company manual. We will also mix in many of our own general trivia and fun questions to keep the game show enjoyable for all.

Your customized questions can be either straight verbal questions, or they can be visual questions or audio clips. We can take a picture that you supply and ask a question as to who is in the picture, or what piece of equipment is this, etc, etc. These pictures will show on the large screen for all contestants and spectators to see.

We can also take an audio clip and contestants will need to guess whose voice it is, what piece of equipment makes this sound, what is the song, etc. There are endless possibilities.


Although we DO NOT copy TV game show formats exactly, we can mimic game shows such as Family Feud, Jeopardy, Wheel of Fortune and Millionaire, Deal or No Deal, as well as Bingo, Prize wheel