Virtual Escape Room Team Building Event
The virtual My Rich Uncle is a virtual team building activity for private groups and corporate teams. Our team has created a fantastic way for your team to interact virtually, learn to collaborate, and have an absolute blast in the process. This event is suitable for groups of 12 to 100 people.
Your rich Great Uncle has recently passed away leaving a video last will and testament. In the will he leaves his entire fortune to his one-true heir. The fortune is locked in a briefcase. All you have to do to claim the fortune is to prove that you are the true heir by unlocking the briefcase. This is a great opportunity to continue strengthening your remote team!
Team Escape Room With a Twist!
Unfortunately, your fantastically wealthy Great Uncle has just passed away. However, he has left a will with specific instructions that his entire fortune is to be inherited by his one, true heir. Now, you just have to prove that you are this heir. Your uncle’s attorney enters the room and plays a somewhat tongue-in-cheek will and testament via a video recording. The attorney divides the audience into small teams, and the race is on.
As the story unfolds, each of these newly designed teams must work together to solve challenges. Each team, in this escape room team building activity, gets an identical box of clues. So, unlike most escape rooms, this one has an unlimited group size.
Cash Prize or Charity Donation
This escape room team building activity is really fun and rewarding as well. Once a team is able to open the briefcase, the winning team will find either a prize for the team or a check to a charity. (It’s really your choice.) So, the conclusion is really up to you, the organizer. Some groups prefer that the winning team receive gift cards or even cash prizes. Other groups like to make a donation to charity. Some groups like to do both.
This is a great way to conduct a charity team building event on a budget. Your team will have fun, learn to work together in more effective ways and do something for their community.
R. I. P. Uncle…