There’s tons of flex with how you run your tour. Make it more strategy-based by having students select team members to compete in different categories. Or, keep the categories secret and have the teammates work in unison to answer.
What’s a Virtual Trivia Night?
If your tournament is for elementary and middle school students, divide the competition by grade so that the tournament is fair, but grades 9-12 should all be able to compete against one another on relatively level ground.
Depending on the size of the tournament, you might need to do qualifying and preliminary rounds in the weeks leading up to the main event, reserving that day for something like the quarters through the finals.
How to Join the Event
Invite your staff, donors, volunteers and even your board members to a fun trivia night! You can sell tickets as well-run some games throughout the night that require an additional donation.
Have participants set up a personal fundraising page to raise funds ahead of the trivia night, and offer teams that raise the most advantages the night of the event. As a bonus, try to secure some great prizes from your corporate and/or local partners for the winning team.