The amazing race virtual takes part from anywhere in the world that will explore and learn and then create together as we travel around the globe this Virtual Amazing Race has occupied a special place in the current world. People working in a virtual team does not mean that our group has to stop all essential team-building experiences. We must take part in our virtual amazing race from the convenience of our own house area and anywhere in the world. So that people can explore, learn and create and then they can be challenged together as we travel to some of the most interesting and exotic locations around the globe using the power of online communications.

Challenge Types and Scoring:

Virtual Amazing Race

Virtual amazing race teams will be presented with a combination of the active challenges and then passive challenges and then games to complete as we traverse the virtual race route. The first challenge type is cryptic cultural challenges that have teams are tasked with solving puzzles by finding information that is hidden within Google street view or information that is available in the selected location then the including language than music then customs and popular culture too.

Then another one is cultural games that also teams have been tasked to take part in challenging team-building games designed to be played in a virtual classroom setting this will create a comfortable atmosphere for the people. and then the last one is active cultural challenges that also the teams are tasked with interacting with a local artisan or practitioner in the real-time video chat. This will order to complete a challenge, and such as learning instructors in a particular city or learning to draw traditional Japanese calligraphy in Tokyo.

Scoring is the most important one our host will be tallying scores for which team finds the information first and declaring the virtual race winners. First, the event briefing takes place in the central video conference room. So that the briefing will include many short tutorials on how to use the video conferencing software and best practices for operating within a group video chat. People can be muting microphones when they not speaking and looking at the camera when they are speaking etc. after that participants will be separated into teams and they are invited by the facilitator to separate the chat rooms. In that chat room, the lead facilitator gives further instructions and then objectives for the activity.

Then the debrief takes place again in the central video conferencing room. Briefing and debrief usually take around fifteen minutes each but they can be extended upon request for a more in-depth analysis of the team performance. They are giving the event schedule that will lead by the even instructor the team has division teams and instructions for the activity. after that the team unravel the clues to find the locations and then travel to the first location. Then the teams have mostly three hours to visit the clue locations and then they answer the questions after that they complete the challenges. They are answering the location questions and they announcing and awarding the winning teams and make leader boards. After that, this will be the end of the game.