Face Off With Friends and Family in a New Immersive Game Show Experience in Sharonville

At Game Show Battle Rooms, you'll split into two teams to compete in unique game-show-style games to be crowned the champion.

click to enlarge Game Show Battle Rooms is coming to Greater Cincinnati. - Photo: facebook.com/gameshowbattleroomscincy
Game Show Battle Rooms is coming to Greater Cincinnati.

If you’ve ever wanted to go head-to-head with your friends and family while competing in fun and wacky game show challenges, you’ll soon have the chance with the opening of Game Show Battle Rooms in Sharonville.

Game Show Battle Rooms is an immersive experience where friends, families and co-workers face off in custom game show arenas. The arenas feature twists on classic game-show games like Survey Battles, Spin and Solve, What’s that Cost, MatchUp Wars and Time Rush Games, all facilitated by a charismatic game-show host.

Each arena is able to host 6-36 players, or up to 108 if you book all three arenas. The experience lasts about an hour and is designed for all ages. During your “game show,” you’ll split into two teams and play three different games to earn “Battle Points.” At the end, one team will emerge victorious and will get to hoist the golden trophy.

Participants can also enjoy beverages, including beer and hard seltzers, during the game show.

The Sharonville location will be Game Show Battle Room’s eighth location in the United States. You can book your room here. Tickets are typically $34.95, plus tax, per person, but are higher during the holiday season.

Game Show Battle Room, 11755 Mosteller Road, Suite 2, Sharonville. More info: gameshowbattlerooms.com/cincinnati.


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