The Go Game is a company that designs high-tech urban adventures for clients worldwide through creative teambuilding events.

Its programs cover themes ranging from safety to creativity training, and from teambuilding to tourism, as well as games purely just for the fun of it. In recent years, the company has seen a demand for “applied play” across all industries, therefore the mindfulness, disaster preparedness, public policy, creativity and training games are all becoming increasingly popular. 

The Go Game can customize adventures depending on the client, number of participants, location and available time.

The Classic Go Game is described as a combination of scavenger hunt, Mission: Impossible and America’s Funniest Home Videos. The typical game starts at a venue of the client’s choice and then the group ventures out into the game zone, which could be four to six city blocks, a resort property or company headquarters, and uses a mobile platform to score points and take on challenges. Teams solve challenges by taking photos and video that are voted on at the end of the game and featured during a presentation.

There is also a Conference Game for groups of up to 10,000 that is designed to engage, educate and entertain attendees. The game can be used to learn about exhibitors’ offerings, keynote speeches and to network in order to solve trivia missions that relate to the theme of the event.

The San Francisco-based company was started in 2001 and has run a total of 11,489 games for 1,458,429 players in every major city in the U.S., as well as in many international destinations.