The lowdown...

It’s about time Sydney’s agency scene get together to raise the roof in the name of charity.
This October 27th, we’re taking it back to the old school for an afternoon of pure 90s fun and games. Ten agencies will go head-to-head to battle it out in everything from classic schoolyard games to some sick 90s trivia.
The official charity partner UnLtd brings the Australian media, marketing & advertising industry together to help youth at risk.
So get ready to bring it!
Reckon you’ve got what it takes? 

Participating agencies





Mentally Friendly

Atomic 212




Rhythm One

The games





Ping Pong


Where the party at?

Meet at Ultimo Community Centre at 12.30pm. Just let your Taxi driver Uber driver Mum know to drop you off at the entrance which is just off William Henry Street on Bulwara Road. The address is: 40 William Henry St, Ultimo NSW 2007

We’ll finish up around 5pm at the Glasgow Arms.

You want in?

Are your designers dope at shootin’ hoops? Is your office manager the shiznit at ping pong? Maybe your CEO is all that and a bag of chips with a skipping rope.

Well, what are you waiting for?! Assemble you’re A-team and get ready to rumble.

Fill in the form below to tell us which agency you are from and your team name. We’ll hit you back with all the deets.  Still got questions? Keep scrolling or fire them at us.

Say whaaat?

What time is it on?

Arrive at the Ultimo Community Centre at 12.30pm to check-in, get a full briefing and get your team ready for a 1pm kick-off. Games will run ‘til 3pm then Trivia is on 3.30pm-4.30pm followed by the prize giving. We’ll finish up by 5pm at The Glasgow Arms.

Will there be food and drinkz?

Fo shizzle. There will be snacks, sandwiches, half time oranges and the like during play, then we are heading to the pub after for some bevvies and bar snacks during trivia.

But, what should we wear?

No hat, no play. There is a strict uniform rule. Make sure your team is looking fly in full get up to be in with a chance of winning. This can be school uniforms, pure 90s or you can go rogue. Remember, there will be lots of running around so trainers and sports stuff is advisable. Whatever you go for, make it MASSIVE. You also need to have a team name so get thinking.

How and what do we win?

So you think your agency is da bomb eh? We’ll be the judge of that – the winning team will be the team who scores the most points overall including the games, best dressed comp and trivia. Prize includes a trophy, a top secret surprise and full bragging rights.

When do we need to sign up by?

Final sign-ups by Friday 13th October.

Can we bring people to come and watch?

Each agency is strictly limited to a team of 10 so pick ‘em good! We suggest you have a couple of reserves lined up in case people can’t make it on the day. Unfortunately there’s no room for cheerleaders but we do need people to help run some of the games on the day so if you’d like to come along and volunteer your time to hand out oranges and make sure the tunes don’t stop please get in touch and let us know.

What about the cha-ching?

It is technically free to take part, we just ask your company to donate at least $1,500 to our charity partner UnLtd.

Who should be on the team?

Your finest specimens. You need, brains, brawn and some solid dedication to win so make sure you have a good balance. We do specify that you need 50:50 girls and boys and have people from all levels of the agency. We suggest some who were alive in the 90s and someone who knows at least a few Yo’ Mama… jokes.

Who is organising the event?

Although it’s the brainchild of digital agency Adrenalin there are heaps of people who have made it a reality. Big up: B&T – the Media Partner, UnLtd – The charity partner, all the agencies who have got involved and our sponsors.

What is UnLtd?

UnLtd brings the Australian media, marketing and advertising industry together to work with youth at risk.

Disadvantage takes many painful forms. There are over 680,000 kids in this country who suffer the consequences of abuse, neglect, grief, trauma, isolation, mental illness, injustice and homelessness.

As the only philanthropic foundation for our sector, UnLtd connects youth charities with the media, marketing and advertising community.

Many organisations and individuals in this sector have a strong desire to do their bit for disadvantaged youth – while many great (but unknown) charities working with young people at risk are in dire need of funds, media inventory and marketing skills.

UnLtd is the conduit, connecting the two sides and facilitating successful partnerships which result in powerful social outcomes.