Who Dares Wins

Four Zones, One Mission, The Latest Team Building Challenge

Have you got what it takes to complete the Who Dares Wins mission?

Who Dares Wins puts team to the test in a number of mental, physical, skill & mystery challenges with the ultimate aim of becoming the highest scoring team! Based on the hit 90’s TV show Crystal Maze join us for the ultimate combination of high tech iPad technology in an activity that requires team work, initiative and your utmost concentration.

Drawing upon teams specialist skills and knowledge, Who Dares Wins ensures every team member pushes themselves in the ultimate test of team resilience.

Join us for an indoor and completely mobile event offering teams with the chance to their play to their strengths in a challenge like no other. Teams will be armed with a team kit bag and the latest iPad per team loaded with our brand new Who Dares Wins app containing team tasks, wacky challenges and intriguing missions. Participants must also visit four themed zones around the room to carry out a number of important bonus quests.

Transport your team through the exciting Medieval, Industrial, Futuristic and Ocean Zones in order to pick up as many points as possible. Our resident Game of Zones adjudicators will be on hand throughout the event to ensure teams have the best possible experience.

P.S. There will be plenty of surprises along the way!

Event info

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10-500 people
1.5-2.5 hours
London & Mobile Event
inside game of zones team building
London Team Building

Who Dares Wins

This expertly designed event is built with team building in mind, drawing upon teams specialist skills and knowledge to ensure every team member has an exceptional day out of the office. Example challenges include:

Futuristic Zone: Your first futuristic challenge is a code breaker. Work together to unlock the code in order to release the different parts of the galaxy! Now its your time to rebuild the universe….no pressure!

Ocean Zone: You’re looking for me, to unlock something from underneath the sea. Using only one hand per team member, you must come together to search for the correct keys within the giant containers to unlock the fishy puzzle. Communication is key.

Medieval Zone: It’s time to go back in history…..Inside the antique box your team will find items which aren’t necessarily what you think they may have been used for! Your team must use the clues provided to work out the purpose of each item. Good luck!

Industrial Zone: This is a memory game on a whole new scale. Choose your best communicator to relay the correct information in a race against time. The aim is to communicate the correct coordinates of all of the coloured leads from the mini circuit board to giant board. Expect wires, several colours and plenty of sockets.

Brand New for 2020 we have partnered with a remarkable Food-Bank project. The Trussell Trust supports communities and churches to open foodbanks across the UK. Our chosen foodbank is part of The Trussell Trust’s network of 428 foodbanks, working to tackle food poverty and hunger in our local communities, as well as across the UK. In our Who Dares Wins charity edition it is up to your team to win as many points as possible throughout the game. The events team will then convert these points into a certain amount of products to donate to the food bank! The team at Team Tactics will then donate the items to the Faversham Food Bank. E.g. 40 points could = 5 canned vegetables.

Get in touch below to start planning your event today!

Package includes

  • iPad per team complete with interactive challenges, live scoreboard & inter-team live messaging
  • 4 themed zones
  • Experienced and enthusiastic event management team including all events staff throughout the event
  • Challenge kit bag per team
  • 1.5-2.5 hour Who Dares Wins mission
  • Food Bank donation donated to Faversham Food Bank
  • Medals for the winning team
  • Post event link of photos taken throughout

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