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Tic-Tac-Go!™

Tic-Tac-GO! is a Gameops.com Exclusive turn-key sponsor-friendly promotion. Adapts to any sport, and the game is simple.

Tic-Tac-GO!™ is a Gameops.com Exclusive turn-key sponsor-friendly promotion.  Adapts to any sport, and the game is simple.  Two contestants race to complete a game of tic-tac-toe.  Between turns they have to complete a simple task, like making a layup.  Make a lay-up, grab your X or O, and put it in place.

What makes this game so fun is that in their rush contestants will struggle to play the game with much finesse or strategy.  Simple blocks and winning plays will be seen by everyone in the arena….except the contestants.

Sponsors will love this game too, since the X’s and O’s fans are carefully watching are their logos.  Each turn-key kit comes with 5 custom printed Coroplast signs with your sponsor or team logos.  We also offer replacement signs if you want some variety or your sponsor changes.  Or keep it simple with your team logo….or just plain X’s and O’s.

Tic-Tac-GO! is available now in the Gameops.com Store

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