In It To Win It!
Race Against The Clock To Complete Physical Challenges
In It to Win It, the show that pays tribute to the kind of games played on TV’s “Minute to Win It” and the time is finally here. We’ve created our own game, spiced them up to play in a fun way using a group of people at live events and we’ve even figured out how to make it fun and interesting when a million dollars isn’t at stake.
Teams play against each other as teams, and as individuals – and they race each other, as well as the clock!
We’ve put together entertaining videos that explain each of the challenges and collected music that enhances each of the challenges in a fun, upbeat way. In short – we put everything we know about staging live events into this show and came out.
Everyone who attends will have a chance to participate using group challenges, enthusiasm, scavenger hunts and outright luck! If you’re looking for a show that has lots of audience involvement – it’s In It To Win It.
Participating on stage, in the formal (if you want to call it that) part of the game there will be 24 people participating. If you have needs to have more teams than 6 participate, please let us know. We have ways of changing up game play to include more teams. However, our formula is tried and tested and we highly recommend going with what we KNOW works well. In It to Win It is recommended as an indoor event.
In It To Win It can be customized if you have an idea for a specific challenge, or by focusing on creating teamwork and cooperation. In It To Win It uses full audience challenges such as talent competitions, group Simon Says, scavenger hunts (think “Let’s Make a Deal” style selections) and pure luck. The show includes a prize package of $300 in cash and prizes. We have teams of 4 playing. Prizes will be awarded for the members of 1st, 2nd and 3rd place teams.
In It To Win It! is traveling nationwide at a college near you and is available for all types of events year round.
“In It To Win It” and Game Shows To Go are not affiliated with or endorsed by “Minute to Win It”, Guy Fieri, NBC, Universal Television or any company associated with “Minute to Win It.”
Bronze Level – For the Budget Conscious
Silver Level – Budget Savvy
Gold Level – Full Production (Most Popular)
Platinum Level – Gold Level plus EXTRA TLC!
60-90 minutes with an average of 70 minutes