Game Shows

Corporate Game Show Productions

Game Show America can produce virtually ANY type of game show for your event. All of our games are designed to allow for 100% audience participation using any of our wireless audience response systems. With this format for our game shows, audience members are able to participate at their own comfort level. The keypads can be anonymous or assigned to contestants. While we have an extensive library of our own questions, the content for ALL of our games is 100% customizable to include your company content. Here are some descriptions of our most popular game show productions. These game descriptions are suggestions for how the games can be played, however, gameplay and rules are also customizable to meet your specific goals.

AN EVENING WITH JOHN O'HURLEY

Game Show America is proud to present an all new production that features style, class, comedy, and a little razzle dazzle… "An Evening with John O'Hurley" is a multi-faceted production that can include a game show, motivational speech, stand-up comedy, and John's very own "A Man With Standards" one-man show that is sure to delight your entire audience. It's Broadway meets Hollywood in this one-of-a-kind production - and it's only available from Game Show America. Call GSA for more information on how to bring some razzle dazzle to your next event.

QUEST FOR THE BEST

Game Show America’s best selling The audience is divided into teams (up to six). The first part of the game is a series of multiple-choice questions. Audience members respond using wireless audience response keypads. The finale brings the top two scoring contestants from each team to the stage. In the finale, contestants stand behind podiums with a microphone, buzzer, and digital scoring. The finale is an elimination-style game. First to buzz in gets to answer the question. Answer a question wrong and lose points. Answer a question correctly and remove points from another team. When a team's score reaches zero points, that team is out of the game. The last team standing wins the game.

FACE TO FACE

The audience is divided into four or eight teams. The first part of the game is a series of multiple-choice questions. Audience members respond using wireless audience response keypads. The finale brings the top scoring contestants from each team to the stage. There are a total of three games if you have four teams and seven games if you have eight teams. The winners of each game advance in the bracket up to the championship game. Each game consists of up to five questions with up to six correct answers for each question. The team with the highest score wins the game.

OH THE HUMANITY

This is NOT your typical pen and paper trivia show. Introducing "OH, THE HUMANITY" - The Game Show - The only all-inclusive game show designed exclusively for pubs, clubs, and taverns. The game is designed for two, three, or four teams. Played bracket style, the winners advance to semi-final and championship games, with the audience involved every step of the way as the "official judges" of the game. Designed to be 60-90 minutes, this all-inclusive game is sure to be a hit with your customers, keeping them coming back for more each week. Call Game Show America today to bring this exciting new game show to your venue...

FACE OFF

Extreme Team Competition! From teams of 2 up to teams of 20, Face-Off is an elimination game like no other. This game is 100% customizable and is the perfect game for delivering A TON of company content and allow everyone in your group to participate in the game. Whether it's for team building, education, or entertainment, Face-Off - Extreme Team Competition IS the game show you're looking for...

Q & A

The audience is divided into teams (up to five). The first part of the game is a series of multiple-choice questions. Audience members respond using wireless audience response keypads. The finale brings the top scoring contestants from each team to the stage. In the finale, contestants stand behind podiums with a microphone, buzzer, and digital scoring. The game board consists of up to six categories with three to five questions in each category. Point values for each question are customizable. First to buzz in gets to answer the question. Answer a question correctly and earn points. There is also the option to remove points for incorrect answers. The team with the highest score at the end of the game is the winner.

GSA SQUARES

The audience is divided into two teams (X and O). The first part of the game is a series of multiple-choice questions. Audience members respond using wireless audience response keypads. The finale brings the top scoring contestants from each team to the stage. Celebrities (company management, impersonators, etc.) sit in the squares. A contestant chooses a celebrity. The host asks the celebrity a question. The contestant agrees or disagrees with the celebrity. A correct answer wins the square. A wrong answer has the opponent win the square. Tic Tac Toe wins the game.

SPINMANIA

The audience is divided into three teams. The first part of the game is a series of multiple-choice questions. Audience members respond using wireless audience response keypads. The finale brings the top-scoring contestants from each team to the stage. The contestants take turns by spinning a wheel and answering trivia questions. The contestant spins the wheel first, which will reveal the point value of that question. If the answer is correct, the contestant gets to choose a letter to solve a word puzzle. The contestant with the highest score is the winner of the game.

TAKE IT TO THE TOP

The audience is divided into four teams. The first part of the game is a series of multiple-choice questions. Audience members respond using wireless audience response keypads. The finale brings the top two scoring contestants from each team to the stage. There are a total of three games on stage. There are two elimination rounds where two teams compete to guess words, items, and/or objects based on clues. The team with the highest score advances to the championship round. The championship round is played the same as the elimination rounds. The winner of the championship round goes to the bonus round, in which the contestants give clues about different six to ten different categories. Guess all the categories in the bonus round and win the game.

IN IT TO WIN IT

The audience is divided into three, four, or five teams. The first part of the game is a series of multiple-choice questions. Audience members respond using wireless audience response keypads. The finale brings the top scoring contestants from each team to the stage. The contestants compete in physical race-style challenges. The contestant that fInishes last in each round is eliminated. The last person standing wins the game.

BAZILLIONAIRE

The audience is divided into four teams. The first part of the game is a series of multiple-choice questions. Audience members respond using wireless audience response keypads. The finale brings the top scoring contestant from each team to the stage. Each contestant must climb the ladder and answer five multiple choice questions to be a Bazillionaire. Once per game, the contestant can poll the audience to get help answering the questions. The team that answers all five questions correctly wins the game.

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