This week, we are very excited to partner with the Texas A&M University School of Law in Fort Worth on a team building activity for inbound students. This is the second year in a row MetroDemic was selected by the school.
Teams of 3-4 students will be hustling on foot around downtown Fort Worth while they compete to save the most lives from a deadly epidemic! The winners will be posted to http://www.metrodemic.com/texas-am-law-school-competition/ on Wednesday, July 16th, following the event.
The MetroDemic team developed a customized version of the course just for Texas A&M that includes things like:
- A new starting line next to the University
- New outbreaks for the students to visit at the Law Center, Tarrant County Courthouse, and other Molly the Trolley stops.
- A custom leaderboard with pictures of each team in the competition
- An extended game time to allow for a bit more play time for the students.
Kris Neese, co-founder of MetroDemic, stated, “Every chance that we have to customize one of our courses gives us a great excuse to expand our functionality and challenge the technology that we’ve spent the past two years building from the ground up. This is a great opportunity to keep the creative juices flowing!”
MetroDemic is a team building game that is currently available in 10 cities in the US. Teams compete for 90 minutes to save the most lives from a deadly epidemic as they hunt for outbreaks and work together to solve pub-style trivia.