At The Races

At the Races is a unique remote team building game designed to get players cheering, placing bets and training or sabotaging horses with all the excitement you’d find at a horse track! You’ll be able to talk strategy with your small team, and... Read more

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    1 - 1,5 hours

  • Participants icon | TeambuildingGuide - Original ideas for a successful team building

    10 - 500 participants - This team building is intended for companies only.

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    < € 35 pp. (excl. VAT)

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    Possible languages: nl, en

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    The agency organises this activity according to the covid measures in force

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    The agency has flexible cancellation conditions regarding covid

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About this team building

At the Races is a unique remote team building game designed to get players cheering, placing bets and training or sabotaging horses with all the excitement you’d find at a horse track! You’ll be able to talk strategy with your small team, and then cheer on your horse with the rest of the room as the race is run.

The event starts with a two minute video setting the stage and explaining how to play. The game is very simple and every player has a choice of only three actions. However deciding how and when to take your actions, coordinating them with your teammates and reacting to what the other teams are doing, affects the outcome of the race and means no two games are ever the same.

At the Races is quick to learn and fun to play. While everyone plays individually and chooses their own actions, the game consistently proves that teams that plan and coordinate their actions together are the most successful – and who doesn’t like to win?

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