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Hosts
Abbey Gelmi & Matt Shirvington
Commentator
Bill Woods
Taggers
Spitfire (Stephanie Beck)
Titan (Tommy Browne)
Bandit (Bridget Burt)
Bulldog (Ruel DaCosta)
Dominator (Dominic Di Tommaso)
Ricochet (Jenna Duros)
Eagle (Greg Eckels)
Frestarter (Tristan Hodder)
Ghost (Ali Kadhim)
Cyclone (EJ Kaise)
The Kid (Michael Khedoori)
Arrow (Conor Loughman)
Hammer (Aleksei Mast)
Riot (Amy Morriso)
Defendder (Mahalia Murphy)
Supernova (Emma Nedov)
Redback (Paul Pedersenn)
Avalanche (Jamie Scoop)
Wildcat (Katelyn Seary)
Hollywood (Shaun Wood)
Broadcast
Ultimate Tag AU
Seven Network: 7 March - 4 April 2021
Packager
Endemol Shine Australia

Ultimate Tag is an short-lived Australian adaptation of the American reality competition series of the same name where is based on a classic children's game of tag involving contestants running through various indoor obstacle courses while professional taggers attempt to catch them.

Premise[]

The competition takes place across six heats, three semi-finals and the grand final with every course and run becoming more difficult and challenging. The courses include Survival Tag, Gravity Tag, Revenge Tag, The Wall (not to be confused with the equally short-lived game show of the same name), Stealth Tag, Dodge Tag, The Alley & The Vortex. The winner of the series will receive $100,000.

Trivia[]

Scott Evennett was set to appear under the Tagger name Striker but injured himself on the first day of filming.
DaCosta also appears on the original American version under the tagger name of Bulldog was also a consultant of the show, designing and developing games, courses and obstacles for this version in Australia.

Link[]

Official Website

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