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Virtual Clue Murder Mystery
Looking to keep your remote team engaged, connected, and social while social distancing?
Share laughs and boost morale with Virtual Clue Murder Mystery –
a fun, affordable, and easy-to-plan team building activity.
Available for remote teams of up to 300 individuals.
For self-ordering, use code: COVIDHELP
What Is Virtual Clue Murder Mystery?
Virtual Clue Murder Mystery is an online team building activity designed specifically for remote teams. Participants can join from anywhere in the world.
Using video conferencing software alongside Outback’s proprietary app, your group will split into teams, examine clues, review case files, and channel their inner detectives as they race against the clock to solve the mystery of who had the means, motive, and opportunity to murder Neil Davidson.
Your team is guaranteed to have a fun time while they tap into their problem-solving skills, think analytically, collaborate closely, and communicate effectively in order to successfully solve the case.
What Are The Benefits of Virtual Clue Murder Mystery?
With over 25 years of experience running team building activities, our experts will make planning your activity a breeze.
Here are just a few of the many benefits you can expect from this activity:
Help lighten the mood for your employees and take their mind off of the stress and uncertainty caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Stimulate communication with a virtual team building activity that requires your team to work collaboratively to decipher clues and solve a mystery.
Encourage your team to exercise their problem-solving skills by working through complex clues and case files.
Increase employee morale and take their minds off of world events with a group activity that’s all about getting together virtually in a fun and light-hearted way.
Revitalize relationships and reconnect remote employees with some much-needed facetime together.
Here’s How It Works…
Reach out to our Employee Engagement Consultants for a free consultation and book a solution that aligns with the unique needs of your group.
A dedicated Event Facilitator will be assigned to your activity and will handle all of the logistics and set-up.
Your Event Facilitator will provide you with all of the necessary login details and a step-by-step overview of what to expect.
On event day, your team can download our Outback Team Building and Training application on their mobile phones.
To get started, your team simply needs to sign into the Outback app and their video conferencing platform. Your event host will split your group into pre-assigned teams.
Let the fun begin! Your group will race against the clock to compete with other teams as they follow clues, review casework, and collaborate to solve the mystery.
The Perfect Virtual Activity for Remote Groups Who Are:
Always up to play a game of Cranium or tackle a Sudoku puzzle, your team loves a good brain teaser. They enjoy challenging themselves mentally, especially as a group.
With remote employees working separately from one another, your group loves the opportunity to get online and spend some time together.
Physical distance doesn’t diminish your group’s competitive spirit. They relish the chance to get paired up with their colleagues and compete to successfully crack the case.
What’s Included with Your Virtual Clue Murder Mystery:
Whether you choose to host the activity yourself or have it hosted by one of our experienced virtual hosts,
we’ll provide you with the tools and support needed to run your event without a hitch.
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All of our virtual team building activities are fully customizable to ensure that we meet the unique needs and desires of your group.
To get started, Request A Quote with one of our team members.
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