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Yes! However, if you have some employees who don’t enjoy online murder mysteries or escape rooms, you can opt for something lighter like the Haunted House Decorating Class, Halloween Treats, or Beat the Bomb! Keep everyone’s preferences in mind while picking your Halloween virtual event. They rely on teamwork skills and are all about fun. Games such as online escape rooms and murder mysteries are on the more intense side so it’s best to avoid them if you’re looking for a lighthearted event.
Pay attention to the group size while browsing through the event’s page. While many virtual activities can be hosted for up to 500 people, some activities such as The Mermaid’s Tongue or Superheroes Mystery are exclusively for smaller groups of 6, 12, or 20 (max.) and the number of participants cannot be always adjusted for such events.
It’s usually not recommended as many experiences cannot integrate latecomers mid-game. However, latecomers can join and play during the second round of the game if there are any. It’s important to note that hosts will usually allocate some time for everyone to join the game. We suggest asking everyone to confirm their availability 1 hour before the event to make sure that everyone joins the event on time.
Unfortunately, we cannot always guarantee a certain host for a specific event as their availability depends on other bookings. However, we will always try our best to accommodate your request, so feel free to drop us a line when booking your event. In any case, we promise the vetted host will entertain your team like no other and make sure that everyone has a great experience.
Yes! We’ve been doing this for quite some time and we can guarantee you that our combination of virtual and in-person options will thrill your teams both at the office and at home. For participants from the office, we highly recommend a TV set up for convenience or a shared projector. Workshops and tasting classes are those that work best when hosting hybrid events. Just make sure that the host can see all participants when hosting a hybrid event.
As we mentioned earlier, we focus on team bonding and group interaction whenever hosting an event. Our hosts will strongly encourage everyone to interact whenever possible, so participants will get to know each other a little bit better by the end of the event. If your group would like to mingle after the class, please let us know beforehand so that we can share this information with our host who will transfer host rights to one of you at the end of the event.