PREPARING FOR THE GAMES
Each Mission:Possible team must operate within a strict set of directives and executive orders established by the Chairman under the auspices of the National Institute Security Act of 1991 (NISA):
- Every Mission:Possible team will be led by its own senior agent and be assigned an NISA diplomatic attaché. For each competition, senior agents will sign off on the team vote and hand the answer card to their NISA personal attachés for delivery to the scoring table. Late submissions will receive a score of zero.
- The areas of competition are food and wine, in addition to a series of briefings and related quizzes that provide clues to living longer healthier lives and the acceleration of medical research.
- Our unique and hard-earned Spirit Award can help teams earn valuable bonus points that have proven to be difference-makers for past champions. Championship-caliber team captains who expect to win will think outside the box – way outside the box – to coordinate themebased costumes, bring provocative props and develop team cheers, often raucous in nature, that grab the attention of the Chairman.
- No contestant should even think about entering more than one wine-tasting competition; our on-site, cloak-and-dagger surveillance team will ferret out any oenophiles who attempt to double sip.
- For the quizzes, no use of devices such as smartphones, tablets or any other exotic or unapproved technologies will be permitted.
- A perfect score for the evening – which has never, ever been attained in GGG competition history – is 400 points.
Best of luck. May your team live to see the end of the evening.