Wildgoose launches 'The Scrum Challenge' before Rugby World Cup

Wildgoose Events has launched The Scrum Challenge GPS teambuilding activity in time for the 2015 Rugby World Cup this September.

The Scrum Challenge
The Scrum Challenge

The GPS tablet-based challenge can be played in any location and has been designed to appeal to both rugby fans and non-sporty types. It was created to be suitable for any size of group and is available as a fully managed or self-run event. 

The Scrum Challenge allows teams to partake in photo and video challenges, against-the-clock trivia and multiple-choice questions while interacting with their location via GPS and image recognition technology. It has a scoring system that allows participants to ‘convert’ their scores with bonus questions, and contains curve ball ‘penalty’ and ‘half-time’ activities.

Wildgoose Account Manager, Gemma Smith, said: "We have developed this unique challenge to appeal to everyone. The activities promote teamwork within an engaging, competitive and energising event. There is something for everyone in The Scrum Challenge and you certainly don't need to know your 'tries' from your 'tackles' to take part. Whilst there is some light-hearted rugby related material, the activity also incorporates lots of questions relating to the countries and cultures taking part in the 2015 Rugby World Cup."

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