Campus Feud

Campus Feud is Neon Entertainment’s version of the Classic TV game show, Family Feud.  Two pre-determined teams consisting of five contestants come up on stage.  The first contestants are then called up to face-off for the first question.  The questions are actual survey questions that were asked of current college students.  The team that answers the question with the highest point value can either play or pass that round.  They then go back to their teams, where each contestant has a chance to answer the question.  If they are wrong they will receive a strike.  The team continues to try to reveal all the correct answers while trying not to accumulate three strikes.  If they get three strikes, the question is tossed over to the other team who gets a chance to answer.  If they get one correct answer, they receive points from that round, if not, the points go to the other team.  The next round is played like the first, however, the next person in line comes up from each team to the face-off podium.  The third round is the same however the points are doubled.  In the final round the point values are tripled.  Each round is played with two brand new teams pulled from the audience.

For special events, with enough advanced notice, we can utilize your schools survey questions as part of the show, or the questions could be customized to a particular audience or theme.

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Sarah Novak
Oakland University
“The game show went great last night. Everything ran super smooth with set up and it was very a stress-free maintenance during the show. Derik was great. He was young and very college-atmosphere oriented. He was also very very funny. The students who came all said they had a great time and we got a lot of great feedback for the audience. The questions related to Oakland University specifically were also a huge hit.”

Debi Kee
The City University of New York
“The event went well …the students who were there had a great time.”

Le Bailey
Eastern Oregon University
“The event went really well! The host was great and very engaging. The audience seemed to enjoy it as well. Very successful overall!”