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How to Play Virtual Family Feud Online

Veronica Brundle - Jul 25 2022, 8:29:26 PM

Family Feud is a game show classic we all know and love. You probably enjoyed watching the show on TV with your friends and family and even tried to play along with the show from the comfort of your couch.

 Here are our most popular virtual family feud games you can play online with friends, family or coworkers:

In this twist on the classic Family Feud game show, we’re going to find out if you and your dream team can prevail in a series of head-to-head battles and be crowned champion of the office! To win, you’ll need to guess the most popular answers to a series of questions ranging from the ordinary to the extraordinary.  We will see you on stage....

The Feud can host a group up to 100 guests for $26 per person.  Click here to learn more about this event.   

In this battle of the wits, teams will go head-to-head to come up with the most popular answers from a fun set of survey questions. Just like on the popular TV show, a survey question might be, "At what age do you start to feel general body aches?”.  Teams would respond with the answer they think is the most common, such as “30” or “40”.

The Family Feud can host a group up to 20 guests for $399 per group.  Click here to learn more about this event. 

Join us for a live-hosted team competition, where we combine high-energy hosts, team-based gameplay, and tons of creative content into a fun-filled 60-minute event that will be the highlight of your team's month (maybe year?)!  TV Game Showdown features round of Family Feud, Wheel of Fortune and Jeopardy gameplay.   

TV Game Showdown can host a group up 1,000 guest for $35 per person.  Click here to learn more about this event. 

Much like the TV show of the same name, one of our professional entertainers will lead your teams through multiple rounds of survey-based questions to see who can determine the most popular answers. At the end of the game, the team with the most points will take home a new car! …or something like that.  The Feud is perfect for an office party or a family gathering. We’ll see you on stage….

The Feud! can host a group up to 40 guests for $899 per group.  Click here to learn more about this event.  

Video conference with smiling faces. Live hosted Family Feud, Wheel of Fortune, and Jeopardy inspired by the Winter Holidays!  High-energy hosts, team-based gameplay, and tons of Winter Holiday themed creative content into a fun-filled 60-minute event that will be the highlight of your team’s month (maybe year?)!

Winter Holiday TV Game Show-down can host a group up to 1,000 guests for $35 per person.  Click here to learn more about this event. 

Do you prefer to make your own family feud game?  Here are some tips and instruction to make your home made version just like the TV show:

The survey questions are what makes Family Feud the game show that it is! Before the game, you’ll need to pre-select questions for your survey. If you plan on conducting the survey yourself, you’ll want to find a website that can help you send the surveys out to all the departments at your work.

Once you’ve received all the responses, you can use the same point system the game uses. If you don’t want to do the legwork for the surveys and the answers, there may be websites you can utilize to get your game show content.

Once your team joins the Zoom call and is ready to play, someone will need to showcase the game board for everyone. You can use an online Family Feud template or create the game board on your own. Since you’re playing virtually, you’ll want one individual to share their screen on Zoom. You can use a projector, template, or a whiteboard for the game board.

Next, you’ll need to divide your team members into teams. You can do this as department vs. department, or if you want individuals that don’t usually connect daily to get to know each other, you can mix the teams up! Try to keep the teams in groups of 4-6. One individual will also need to play as the host of the game.

It’s time for the real fun to finally begin! To decide what team will get to play first, you’ll have one player from each team come to the podium. The host will ask a question and the player who hits the buzzer first gets to answer. If they guess the higher answer, they get to decide if they want to play or pass.

As you know, the point of the game is to guess the response with the highest amount of points. One team guesses at a time and gains points for their team. If they guess incorrectly three times, it’s time to move on to the other team. There's a time limit - so they'll need to think fast! Everyone will only get 15-25 seconds each to think of a response.

The other team has one opportunity to steal their points with one answer. If they can't guess the correct word, the original team keeps their points. The rounds continue until all of the answers have been guessed.

You can play as many rounds as you choose! The original version has roughly four rounds.

Fast Money is a part of Family Feud where two members of the winning team have to provide answers to five questions in 25 seconds or less. They need to get at least 200 points to win Fast Money.

Adding a prize into the mix is a great way to generate excitement and get your colleagues excited to play. Consider a gift card, extra vacation day, happy hour, or a free lunch.

We’re not going to lie to you: Planning your own virtual Family Feud takes a lot of planning. With the chaos of the work week, you may find it hard to expertly plan and prepare an entire Family Feud game show for everyone to enjoy.

At Elevent, we have a few pre-planned options where we take care of everything for you. All you need to do is let your team members know, pick a date on the calendar, and have some game show fun with everyone!  

Originally published at Jul 25 2022, 8:29:26 PM. Updated on Apr 3 2023.

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