In it to Win it
For 6-36 participants
In It to Win It is a Game Show with a quick pace and fun challenges.
Just like on TV studio is equipped with podiums, screens and buzzers.
The Game Show is suitable for all workplaces and colleagues. Everyone is active through the show and participates until the end regardless of how big the group is. In the studio we focus on challenges, excitement and having fun! There are no embarrassing moments and everyone can join on their own terms. Do you want to know more about the concept? Click here to come to On Air's FAQ page.
Description of the course of games:
Danger Zone: We bring the Jeopardy board into the 2020s and ask both tricky and fun questions. Remember to answer with a question.
Naturligtvis: Music and celebrities with loose connections to animals and nature make up this exciting and fun game.
Where are we going?: We take inspiration from SVT's classic show and head out on a journey to a city somewhere in the world. The quicker you answer, the more points you get!
Doomsday clock: The evening is completed with a fast-paced final where your points are converted into seconds. In a crazy battle against both the clock and your opponents you have to answer as many questions correctly in as short a time as possible.
In it to Win it
395 SEK per person excluding VAT (minimum charge is 10 people)
The show is suitable for 6-36 participants. Minimum charge is 10 people.
The bar is open and drinks can be ordered on the day. You can bring your drinks into the studio and enjoy them as you play.
Gather the group before or after the Game Show and eat directly adjacent to the studio. How about a burger, veal schnitzel or why not a nice pike-perch?
Sweets are so delicious so why not eat as much as you can? Order our snacks buffet: crisps, popcorn, chocolate and pick n' mix.
The show is easily bookable online. Payment is done at the studio, either by card or by invoice if you are an invoice client. Do you need help making your booking? Phone: 019-25 30 40. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org