Guests will enjoy the upbeat energy from competing against each other using the Nintendo Wii and Xbox consoles in gaming activities that tick all the boxes for fun, competition and team bonding.
Set in their own bespoke display units and with an enthusiastic host commentating over a PA system, all guests will be keen to participate in virtual snow-boarding, skiing and sports, cheered on by their team as the buzz at your event continues to grow.
The indoor Virtual Olympics can be organised on a free-play basis where guests can play at their leisure or for extra excitement, teams will be formed and to compete for gold and prizes.
For a hassle-free way to create fun experiences and lasting memories, the virtual Olympics is the versatile option for all group sizes, events and room layouts.
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“It went really well – the guests loved the afternoon activities and the casino tables were really popular. A definite success! And thanks again for your team’s help and support – they were excellent.”
“Everyone really enjoyed the activities that Eventurous provided. It created a good spirit between the four teams. All the people from Eventurous were very friendly, helpful and patient. It all worked really well.”
“We had a vision of how we wanted the event to go but could never have imagined quite how amazingly it would end up. We have received phenomenal feedback on every aspect of the day, evening and even the morning!”
“The event worked really well and generated a great atmosphere and managed to engage all the delegates… We were impressed with how professional the Eventurous team were and would not hesitate to utilise again”