Win the value of a Boyard (about €10)

By | May 21, 2022

They finished filming this year’s Fort Boyard just yesterday and so for the first time I’m doing a competition!

Thanks to Reality TV Warriors’ Michael Harmstone for doing the maths (also blame him if they’re wrong), we’ve worked out that of the players who have already played FOUR or more times going into this season, the highest earning by mean average is the legendary Élodie Gossuin who will be playing for the 11th time who has an average win of €15,633.10, and lowest scoring veteran (playing for her fifth time) is Rebecca Hampton who has an average of €11,257.50. A difference of €4,375.60.

Your job is to guess what the difference in final score will be between their teams in their 2022 episodes. For final score we’re including any other bits of business – Masked Warrior bonus, Toujours Plus Fort, anything extra that may or may not have come to light yet. It’s your job to do the research. A team that loses will score whatever the house minimum is this year plus bonuses.

Here is the Google Form for you to send your answers.

The prize is the value of a Boyard as suggested on the show, which we’ll call €10 or sterling equivalent of after the second of the two teams goes out. You must have a PayPal account if you’re outside the UK. You must not be affiliated with the production. One entry per person, I reserve the right to disqualify entries, no correspondence will be entered into. Entries will close 2200 UK time on Friday 27th May.

You can see all of this year’s teams on Fan Fort Boyard.

Good luck!

3 thoughts on “Win the value of a Boyard (about €10)

  1. John R

    Just spent the past few weeks rewatching the UK C5 Boyard with a friend who has a rather dirty mind, for which the professor riddles seemed perfectly suited innuendo bingo style (the Challenge captain version certainly seemed a lot more toned down in respect!)

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  2. Brig Bother Post author

    If you were interested in the Fantasy Fort Boyard League STATS, your guesses range from €1,168.45 (god knows why you bothered putting the 45 cents in but OK) to €12,000, at a mean average of €4,864.77, not far off the current expected difference of €4,375.60 really.

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