“Big Game” Boxes
In anticipation of the “The Big Game”, Feb 12th, we wanted to participate in a time honored tradition and get the WAV team involved in some boxes.
For a lot of teams out there the days of walking the halls with a Sharpie and a large piece of poster board are gone.
We are 100% virtual as a team, and we thought “why is there no easy way to do this digitally?”
WAV created BoxEasy so we can keep this tradition alive in a different landscape. We hope you find it as useful as we did this year.
How do the “Big Game” Boxes work?
The game starts with a 10-by-10 grid or 100 individual boxes — each of which is assigned a universal value. Before the “Big Game” kicks off, participants select individual boxes — generally as many as they wish — until all 100 of them are accounted for- for entertainment purposes only of course.
In BoxEasy once you create a squares game, invite all participants and all boxes are selected the system will handle the rest – and track who’s winning in real time during the game. We made setting up your Boxes Easy (get it?)…
It is an awesome way to make your “Big Game” experience more entertaining than just watching the commercials and now you can include players no matter where they are in the world.
If you are a Commissioner and want to run your own game, start here.
If you know someone who wants to bear the burden, send them this way.
The easiest way to get your “Big Game Boxes” set up. Digitally.