This classic game is run in a virtual setting featuring popular Holiday traditions, icons and culture. Our Emcee encourages interaction as participants mark off their squares. A simple, fun game and a great warm-up or wrap-up to any team meeting.
Guests meet up via live video stream (such as Zoom) and are greeted by our emcee and festive music. They download their Bingo cards onto their desktop and prepare to click on squares when the emcee announces each holiday word or phrase. Multiple rounds are played as guests socialize and laugh together.
Holiday Bingo is offered in various themes or personalized for your group: • Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa or a mix of Holidays • Industry Lingo Bingo • Speed Bingo • Name Bingo • Associate/Colleague Team Bingo
$25 - $50 per person
Program Design and Production
Zoom Account and Management (if needed)
Virtual Bingo Cards (2 per participant)
Virtual Certificate for Winning Team
Written October 15, 2021Has hired Corporate Event Interactive
Linda Whitlock and the team at CEI are wonderful to work with! She helped with suggestions of which of the many Live Virtual events they offer would be best to meet our objectives. We have held two different events recently, and both were very well received by our participants and accomplished our goals for fun teambuilding and networking
Written December 17, 2020Has hired Corporate Event Interactive
We just did a 14 person virtual escape room with iEscape. It was great way to hang out with team members and work on some fun puzzles together. It didn't hurt that my team won :) Everyone had a great time. We will definitely do it again. Highly recommended
Savannah G. from Northwestern University recommends Corporate Event Interactive
Written May 1, 2021Has experienced Corporate Event Interactive's work
Corporate Event Interactive ran a fantastic event! I thoroughly enjoyed and got excited about the opportunity to participate in a virtual escape room with other Northwestern students. These days, it can be difficult to form meaningful connections through a Zoom screen, however, I feel like iEscape erased these divides. As I navigated the