Jeopardy! (1984)/Tournaments and Events
The following is a list of the tournaments and other events that are featured on Jeopardy!
For the common tournament format, see Jeopardy! (1984)/Tournament Format
There are tournaments that occur, or in the case of the Seniors Tournament did occur, regularly
Starting in the fifth season, 15 full-time college students from around the country play in the show's common tournament format. Currently, the winner receives at least $100,000.
Tournament of Champions
Starting in the second season, the contestants with the longest winning streaks compete in the common tournament format. Currently, the winner receives $250,000. The tournament usually airs annually, although there have so far been three seasons (17, 20 and 23)
Starting in the twenty seventh season, 15 school teachers compete in the common tournament format; the winner receives $100,000 and is guaranteed a spot in the Tournament of Champions.
These are special tournaments that each have occurred one time
Tenth Anniversary Tournament
Teen Reunion Tournament
Ultimate Tournament of Champions
Million Dollar Masters
Million Dollar Celebrity Invitational
Over the twenty-sixth season, a tournament was held between celebrities who have previously done well in Celebrity Jeopardy. Instead of taking place in a row, the quarter finals took place on the third thursday of each month, between September and May, before the semifinals and finals occured in May. The winner will have $1,000,00 donated to the charity of their choice
Starting in the ninth season, one or more weeks of episodes each year feature celebrities playing for a charity of their choice. Celebrities have included actors, musicians, politicians and athletes among others.
Starting in the sixteenth season, one or more weeks of episodes each year feature kids, aged between 10 and 12, playing.
Kids Week Reunion
During the second week of the twenty-fifth season, a reunion was held featuring people who originally appeared in the first few Kids Week games in 1999 and 2000.
Beginning in the twenty-ninth season, one week of episodes featuring contestants in the army or military will be held.
From February 14-16, 2011, a two-game exhibition match featured Ken Jennings and Brad Rutter competing against the IBM supercomputer Watson.