How can you manage to balance Team Sizes at trivia events? – Making it a fair contest
The first thing to consider is that your ultimate aim as well as making a fun and profitable trivia night is to make one that is largely fair. If there is too much cheating or the players feel like the contest is not fair then they will loose interest and go elsewhere. I know as a player than one thing that always annoys me is when there is a team of 12 competing and all the other teams average 2-3. I often played in small teams would hate to loose by 2-3 points to a huge team. Annoying.
You have to be diplomatic about it here though. Obviously if you have a team of 12 that’s too many so as a host you would have to be encouraging that team to divide into 2. If there is a team of 8 competing against teams of 6 and 5 then it makes it harder. The very bottom section of this post should give you an idea of how to manage this well…
How can you manage to balance Team Sizes at trivia events? – Serious Events
If you are running a serious trivia event then there is no doubt that you need to set team sizes. The smaller the better usually and the average good size for a team is 4. There is not even much to discuss here as you simply need to do it or your serious players wont be taking your serious quiz very seriously at all!!
How can you manage to balance Team Sizes at trivia events? – The Bar Manager!
Why the Bar Manager – read the rest of this story at http://wireless-buzzers-quiz-buzzer-trivia-games.com/2016/04/28/how-can-you-manage-to-balance-team-sizes-at-trivia-events/
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