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Tipping point

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Tipping Point pits two competitors against each other to tip the scales in their favor by selecting from a group of answers whose ‘weights’ vary greatly.

 

Do you know the highest-grossing movies of all time? How about the tallest buildings in the world? Guess the highest ranked options on the board and it could earn you some cash.

Tipping Point is our high-risk, high-reward game show that includes up to $800 in prizes- with $300 in guaranteed prizes per show.

How It Works

Each round, two people go head-to-head to guess the highest ‘weighted’ percentages of a chosen category. Each answer has a weight value that is displayed on the screen once picked. To add to the drama, the audience gets a vote of their own that could change the outcome of the game. Will your vote push your contestant past the Tipping Point? The person at the end of the round that has the highest weighted answers can tip the scales in their favor for the win.

The winner now has a choice. Walk away with their $50 prize, or risk it all and walk away with up to $200! Their task should they choose to accept it? Eliminate the other dollar amount cards from the board ($0, $25, $50, $100). The last remaining card on the board reveals their prize!

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How many people can participate?

Over the course of the show, we select a total of 6-10 people from the audience to be contestants on stage. Between each round, audience members can compete in mini-games to help us select our next contestants.

How long is the show?

Tipping Point has a typical runtime of 60-75 minutes. This includes 3-5 rounds of competition, as well as several opportunities for the audience to participate and win more prize money from our host.

Can we change the prize package?

Absolutely! As our show has up to $800 in prizes, you can choose to add to that amount and our team will work out how to best distribute it (increased prizes for teams, audience hype cash, etc.).

Is there audience participation?

Absolutely! The audience can help their team member on stage by shouting answers. The audience will also have a chance to choose their own option to see if they can win the crowd some cash.

"The virtual trivia show was engaging and educational. Thank you for the amazing event! It was very professional, organized, and fun." (Hosted show for Sexual Health and Consent)

- Julie Kim - Temple University

It was fabulous! We had about 90 students there and the highlight of the show was Gus!!! But seriously so many students told me how much fun they had. Thank you all so much!

-Virginia Howell - University of Florida Student Government

"Thank you again for hosting Trivia Stream for Fitchburg State University! I was watching the show and loved the interaction you and your colleagues had with the students. I think those who attended really felt they were once again engaging with the community, which is incredibly important during these times."

-Nathan Emery - Fitchburg State University

"The Trivia Stream was great! The students thoroughly enjoyed themselves and it was a real high-quality experience. I personally thought Gus and the whole team were hilarious and connected with the students really well, both through the game show and the chat room!"

-Emilie Morris - University of South Florida