I know there are a lot of game shows on TV. But, what if you had the chance to go to a game show near you, and you had the chance to be selected from the audience to participate, and win prizes. Would you be willing to pay to go to a show like that. Say $40.00 for a ticket with a chance at winning up to $1,000.00 or more?
I'm working on my own game show idea, that I might take around to the various casinos, to see if it flys. Currently the game would have over 100 players in groups of 10, that 100 would then be cut down to 1 group of ten people that would compete for a big cash prize. With extra prizes along the way.
I should also mention that the audience would be limited to 1,000 people, so that your chances of being chosen to play would be 10 to 1. Does this sound like a good idea?
There are several variations of the game, I haven't decided on all the details. If I go with the casino idea, there may not be a need for an audience at all. Nor a need for the tickets to cost $40.00.
Might just drop it down to $2.00 or $5.00 a ticket, and just have a draw for the game play.
That way it would eliminate the need for seating, while still allowing the same 100 people the chance to win. It's a crazy idea, and one of the best I have had in a long time.
Kind of sounds like 1 vs 100 hosted by Bob Sagget a few years ago.
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