Host an event for your group members to play The Estimation Game!
All you need to do is bring some people together and point them to The Estimation Game's website.
Check the upcoming events. Games run in the last 7 days of each month. You can host an event any time while this month's game is live, or play a previous month's game from the archives.
Around 40 mins. If you want a longer event, you could do some pastcasting questions together afterwards, or just hang out.
Check out this spoiler-free demo game.
Super easy! To save you time, you can use this sample event title, description, and header image that you can tailor for your group. All you need to do is get some people together in a room and start playing.
Anyone! Questions don't rely on EA knowledge - it's designed for everyone.
You can! Assemble your EA group, your group chat or your coworkers.
Each team will need a phone or laptop to play. We'd recommend teams of 2-3, or at most 5 people. Players might want to use pen and paper to make notes, or they can use a notetaking app or Guesstimate.
Form your group into teams of 2-5 people. One person from each team opens The Estimation Game on their phone or laptop and signs in with their Google account. Teams can go at their own pace through ~10 questions in two rounds. They'll win points for good estimates, and see how their score compares to other teams in your group and around the world on the leaderboard. The team with the highest score wins! See it in action with the demo game.
Absolutely! Be sure to mention it in your team name so your leaderboard position is even more impressive!
Yes - just have one player use the website and screenshare the questions.
You can either wait until the next month's challenge drops, or play a past month's game from the archives.
We're interested! Get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can email us at email@example.com or message us on our Discord.
We're Sage. We made Pastcasting - predict past events to rapidly practise forecasting - and Calibration - answer EA trivia questions to calibrate your uncertainty.