Fantasy football? Please. The ultimate battle is the Survivor draft, where people come together to select their teams and aim to earn the most points and be the ultimate winner.
This season, I am joined by three former Survivor contestants to draft five players between us. They are: Carolyn Rivera, Survivor: Worlds Apart Co Runner-Up; Jessica Lewis, Survivor: Millennials vs Gen X Contestant; and Bret LaBelle, Survivor: Millennials vs Gen X & The Amazing Race 31 Contestant.
There is a point system in place allocated for different events of the game, and the person the event occurs to will score the corresponding amount of points for either Carolyn’s, Jessica’s, Bret’s, or my team.
Each of us put together a list of this season’s players, and a randomiser determined the order of who picks first, second, third and fourth, descending down the list until everyone was taken.
Below is the breakdown for each team:
On Carolyn’s team, we have: Vince, Karishma, Dan, Missy and Noura.
On Jessica’s team, we have: Tom, Lauren, Tommy, Molly and Elaine.
On Matthew’s team, we have: Dean, Kellee, Jason, Jack and Jamal.
And on Bret’s team, we have: Aaron, Elizabeth, Ronnie, Chelsea and Janet.
The point system we are using for this draft is as follows. There are some minor adaptations from the Australian Survivor Draft.
This draft will be updated weekly as the season progresses.
Survivor: Island of the Idols premieres tonight in Australia at 7:30pm on 9Go!.
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