The Grand Quiz of the Regions: who will win between Reunion and the Grand Est?

The Grand Quiz of the Regions: who will win between Reunion and the Grand Est?
The Grand Quiz of the Regions: who will win between Reunion and the Grand Est?

For this tenth match of the Grand Quiz des Régions hosted by Didier Roustan, Reunion meets the Grand Est region. Selected from among 6,000 subscribers, Morgan, on the Bourbon Island side, and Jorge, on the East side, will face each other face to face, in the form of penalties, and if necessary in the event of a tie, under the form of a challenge to decide between them. Who from Reunion or the Grand Est will qualify for the round of 16?

Morgan, Reunion

Morgan is a member of the French team supporters club, he never misses a match for the women’s or men’s team. He is also a fan of OM, although by his own admission you have to “know how to manage your emotions”. He will represent his region of origin, The meeting.

Jorge, Grand Est

Born in Moselle into a Madrid family, Jorge knows everything about Real Madrid, his club to which he is loyal as he is to the company in which he began his career at 18. THE Great East can count on him.

The Great Quiz of the Regions

Selected on football questions of a particularly high level, it is also on this theme that our 32 hand-picked subscribers will compete on the set of the L’Équipe channel.

The candidates face each other one by one. Everyone has 5 questions in the form of penalty shootouts to prove their worth. Each correct answer will be worth 1 point. It is the one who at the end of these penalties will have accumulated the most points who will win the match and will move on to the next stage. In the event of a tie, the candidates will be decided on a question with a numerical answer. They will have to write their answer on a slate, which they will reveal at the same time at the end of the regulation time of 15 seconds. Whoever comes closest to the correct answer will win the point, and therefore the match.

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