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EVICTION, based on TV’s Big Brother, is the ultimate game of social strategy, adaptation, and creative thinking. Can you convince the other players to keep you from being evicted? In this game contestants coexist in the same living environment and face off against one another in challenges for power in the game vote each other out.

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How It’s Played

EVICTION, based on TV’s Big Brother, is the ultimate game of social strategy, adaptation, and creative thinking. The game is divided into different rounds. In each round players face off in an HOH Competition that tests them mentally, physically, and strategically. The winner of the challenge becomes the Head of Household (HOH) for that round of the game. The HOH has the responsibility to select two nominees for eviction and reveals his or her choices at the Nomination Ceremony.

The players who are nominated for eviction have the opportunity to save themselves by competing for the Power of Veto (POV) along with the current HOH and three randomly selected players. The winner of the Veto Competition has the power to save one of the nominees from eviction and reveals his or her decision at the Veto Ceremony. If the POV is used on someone who is on the block, the HOH immediately chooses a replacement nominee.

After the nominees are finalized, players attend an Eviction Ceremony where the player with the most votes is evicted from the game. Following the eviction, the remaining players compete for HOH and the cycle of the game continues. As players are evicted one-by-one, the jury begins to form and gains members until the Final Eviction Ceremony where someone is crowned winner of EVICTION!

Featured Events

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We have run many EVICTION games for fans of the Big Brother TV show including N*Sync’s Lance Bass, two time Amazing Race finalists Tyler Oakley and Korey Kuhl, plus more!  No matter the occasion, we guarantee locking up a group of friends and strangers into a house will force you to expect the unexpected. #ButFirst, here’s a look at two of our favorite Eviction events.

Client: Lance Bass

Location: Los Angeles, CA

Duration: 3 days / 2 nights

Participants: 12

Lance Bass is most well known for his days as a member of N*Synch, but did you know he also has a passion for reality TV game shows?! One of his faves is Big Brother so he approached us to put himself along with his friends into a Big Brother-like world full of evictions. From a Friday night to a Sunday afternoon, 12 houseguests battled it out for the ultimate title including Soprano’s star Jamie Lynne Sigler and husband  baseball player Cutter Dykstra, Big Brother legend Dan Gheesling and his wife Chelsea, Lisa Delcampo from Netflix’s The Circle and more. After 3 days of blindside intense challenges and strategizing it was actress Sara Paxton who remained standing in the house as the winner.

Client: Caitlin’s 30th Birthday Party

Location: Seattle, WA

Duration: 3 days / 2 nights

Participants: 13

For her 30th birthday our Big Brother superfan client wanted to do something big to kick off her new decade and she got just that! The Reality Rush team flew to Seattle, WA where we took over two houses (1 game house, 1 jury house) to organize an EVICTION birthday bash. Throughout the game this group of friends and family members played with the intensity of being on the real show. Big moves, blindsides, twist and turns made for an unpredictable adventure to the end. Our superfan birthday client didn’t end up winning the game, but ended up winning the best birthday party of her life!

Client: Eviction Palm Springs

Location: Palm Springs, CA

Duration: 3 days / 2 nights

Participants: 13

A group of entertainment professionals living in LA hired us to turn their Palm Springs vacation into an EVICTION. The crew rented two houses 1 game house and 1 jury house. All players started off in the game house and 1 by 1 they were voted out and sent to a jury house where we had a live feed streaming from the game house for them to watch. With every challenge and round of the game this group of old and new friends battled it out in a competitive, fun-filled and backstabbing game.

Client: Korey Kuhl & Tyler Oakley

Location: Los Angeles, CA

Duration: 3 days / 2 nights

Participants: 16

For his 30th Birthday Korey Kuhl hired us to make his dream come true of playing Big Brother. Korey rented a house in Los Angeles and we transformed it into an EVICTION game. With guests from all over the country, including his bff and Amazing Race partner Tyler Oakley, all players brought their A games while most of the time doing it in just bathing suits.

Reviews of Eviction

Reality Rush puts on amazing events!  I’ve done a few of their games including Eviction and had a blast. It was definitely the closest thing to actually being a contestant on Big Brother that I’ve ever done. Eviction gave me an awesome chance to meet some new people but also get to really know my friends that I played with. Events would be great for companies or just a group of friends looking for something fun to do on a weekend. I would highly recommend checking out their next events. – Chris Cucci

Played Eviction this weekend for my friend’s 30th birthday and we had the BEST time! I went in a little hesitant thinking people would get their feelings hurt since you’re playing with your friends, but everyone ended up getting really into the game and had a great time without taking things personally. The competitions were very similar to the show Big Brother. Justin was very organized and the event ran smoothly. I would highly recommend this to anyone who loves Big Brother/Survivor or just enjoys competing. – Steven M

The quality of the game and the feeling that we were actually on the real show motivated everyone to get into it and enjoy it. I highly recommend it because it’s an experience that can only be replicated by going on the actual show. It was a lot of fun and a great bonding experience.
– Jerod Ashton

Every game I’ve participated, the organizers have done a phenomenal job. The challenges were well thought out and allowed for enough time to let players strategize. It’s tough to explain the exact experience, but if you love competition, love strategizing, and have a passion for Reality-TV games, you will not be disappointed! – Gus P.

It was definitely a bonding experience! I now consider the group I played with some of my best friends and we continue to get together to this day. Anyone who likes Reality-TV competition shows, trying something new with a group of people, or taking place in crazy fun competitions should experience games like these at least once. I GUARANTEE you’ll come back for more!
– Bill Busacker

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