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Episode TriviaEdit

Michael vs. Gavin: Halo CEEdit

  • Even though Gavin chose a game he played all the time when he was younger (Halo: Combat Evolved), he was constantly playing catch-up to Michael and the final score was 25 to 20, with Gavin losing.

Michael vs. Ryan: Quake 3Edit

  • Michael only killed Ryan once, while Ryan killed himself 3 times by accidental suicide.
  • Despite the incredible lead Ryan had over Michael, Geoff was confident that Michael would come back.

Ryan vs. Jack: Geometry WarsEdit

  • This was one of the two games that allowed a competitor to continue after the winner had been decided (Jack was allowed to continue playing after Ryan had depleted all of his lives).

Jack vs. Geoff: Sega Bass FishingEdit

  • In preperation for Geoff's game of choice, Sega Bass Fishing, Geoff had practiced by actually going fishing and got sunburnt as a result.
  • Jack became the first person to successfully defend the belt.

Jack vs. Ray: Cartoon Network Punch Time Explosion XLEdit

  • Jack was the first person to be completely shutout from victory.

  • After Ray's victory over Jack, Geoff claimed that he would forever remain the champion (This marked the beginning of Ray's first "undefeated streak" and he would keep the belt for 4 weeks before being beaten by the person he won the belt from, which was Jack).

Ray vs. Michael: Sonic & All-Stars Racing TransformedEdit

  • Before the game began, both Michael and Ray stated that they had completed the chosen game's predecessor Sonic & Sega All-Stars Racing, but neither had played the sequel.
  • After the third race had finished, Ray placed 2nd, 5th, and 2nd respectfully while Michael placed 8th, 7th, and 7th respectfully, which meant that Michael couldn't win no matter what, meaning that the fourth race was irrelevant (The final score after the third race was 24 to 11).

Ray vs. Gavin: Call of Duty - Black Ops IIEdit

  • Gavin picked a game that was part of a series that Ray had a lot of experience in (Call of Duty), giving Ray a better advantage.
  • This was the 1st Versus episode where the game of choice was from a previous Let's Play.

Ray vs. Ryan: Fuzion FrenzyEdit

  • Ray claimed there was no way he could win. However, he emerged as the victor.
  • Ray outlasted Ryan in EVERY SINGLE mini-game played in this episode EXCEPT one.

Ray vs. Jack: Mortal Kombat 2Edit

  • The loser had to buy the winner a pizza.
  • Jack became the first person to defeat Ray and end his "undefeated streak", not to mention that Jack was the same person that Ray won the belt from. Ray started another "undefeated streak" later on, only to have it ended by Geoff.

Jack vs. Geoff: Rapala Fishing Frenzy 2009Edit

  • This was the second time in a row that Geoff's game of choice was a fishing game.
  • This was the 1st time that the same kind of game was repeated.
  • Before the game started, Geoff stated that the time limit from the last time they've fought was ten minutes. However, the actual time limit from that episode was fifteen minutes.

Geoff vs. Ray: NBA Jam - On Fire EditionEdit

  • During this episode, Gavin would shout sports terms and scoring systems that were unrelated to basketball. ("He needs one more pin for a spare!" or "Touchdown!")
  • This was the beginning of Ray's second "undefeated streak", but unlike the first time in which he would hold the belt for 4 weeks, he would hold the belt for 5 weeks (1 week longer than his first "undefeated streak") before being beaten by the person he won it from, which was Geoff.
  • This episode marked Ray becoming the very first person to have beaten every male competitor of Versus.

Ray vs. Michael: Sega Soccer SlamEdit

  • This episode aired on May 23, which was also Gavin's 25th birthday. Unfortunately, he was not one of the two competitors.
  • This was the second time in a row that Michael's game of choice was a Sega game, and exactly like the first time, Ray was able to defeat him.
  • Before the game started, Michael stated that he had never played the game before, while Ray stated that he had only played the game once or twice, giving him a slight advantage over Michael.

Ray vs. Gavin: London 2012 Summer OlympicsEdit

  • Ray vs. Gavin Round 2 featured a Let's Play game mode they played before.
  • Gavin wore a Mark Nutt T-Shirt from the Rooster Teeth Store during the game (Mark Nutt was one of the people Gavin played as in the game).
  • When the game began, Ray stated that he got all of the achievements in the game after the recording of the Let's Play ended, giving him a significant advantage over Gavin.
  • Gavin performed worse than he did in the original Let's Play, which eventually led to him getting completely shutout from victory.
  • This was the second time where a game allowed a competitor to continue after the winner had already been decided (Gavin had already lost the first two rounds which meant that he couldn't win the belt no matter what, to make matters worse for him, he lost the third round as well).
  • Ray played this episode injured, having dinged up his leg jumping a fence on his way to work. He also said that the Pokémon on his shirt was a Slowbro (when it was actually a Slowpoke due to the lack of Shellder on its tail).
  • Only three events were played, picked by Gavin using what names from the Let's Play he could remember for his team, which was Great Britain (one of those three was Mark Nutt).

Ray vs. Ryan: Worms Ultimate MayhemEdit

  • Ryan did not know that Ray had lots of experience playing Worms, giving Ray a better advantage.
  • Despite being on PC as well as a 3-D Worms game, Ray still won.
  • After the game, Ryan claimed that there isn't any game that Ray is terrible at.

Ray vs. Jack: Arcade CraneEdit

  • This was the first episode of Versus where the game was not a video game, instead being a real-life game.
  • Ray won when he managed to win not one, but two toys at the same time, much to the shock and astonishment of everyone around him. As a result of this, he managed to extend his Versus record-setting winning-streak by one more week (Ray's first "winning streak" lasted 4 weeks).

Ray vs. Geoff: Flash GorillasEdit

  • Geoff became the second person to defeat Ray, the first person being Jack.
  • This is currently the oldest game to ever be played in Versus.
  • Ray's second "winning streak" ended at 5 weeks, giving him the second longest undefeated streak as of right now (First being Jeremy later on in the series).

Geoff vs. Michael: Rapala Pro Bass Fishing 2010Edit

  • Michael was finally able to win the belt back since he lost it in Episode 2 (He was the first Versus Champion).
  • It took Geoff almost the entire time limit for him to capture a fish, only for him to successfuly catch a 6 pounder while Michael caught a 22 pounder at around the beginning of the game.

Michael vs. Gavin: Marble Blast UltraEdit

  • This was a rematch from the very first episode of Versus.
  • This was the first Versus to be hosted on a holiday (4th of July).
  • This marked the first time Gavin won the belt after he failed to win it multiple times.
  • This is marked as when Michael Rage Quit his country honor.

Gavin vs. Ryan: Top Spin 2Edit

  • This was the first time that Ryan's game of choice was a game for the Xbox 360.
  • Although Gavin managed to score in games, he got completely shutout in sets.

Ryan vs. Jack: DooM IIEdit

  • This was the first time that Jack's game of choice was a PC game. Unfortunately, he did not know that Ryan had played the game dozens of times before, giving Ryan a better advantage.
  • All of the Achievement Hunters forgot to realize that there was timer during the game as they were shocked when the timer ran out.

Ryan vs. Geoff: Rockstar Table TennisEdit

  • This marked the 2nd time that the same kind of game was repeated.
  • The final score was 2-0, with Geoff being unable to win even one set.

Ryan vs. Ray: SoulCaliburEdit

  • Ryan's streak ended at 3 weeks, giving him the fourth longest undefeated streak (Third being Gavin and tied with Michael, Lindsay and Jeremy later in the series).
  • Before the game started, Ryan questioned Ray as to why he chose the first SoulCalibur game instead of the newer one (SoulCalibur V). Ray explained that he had a high gamerscore in the first game, giving Ray a better advantage when he challenged Ryan.
  • This marked the 3rd time in a row that Ray kept his undefeated streak as a challenger alive.
  • Before the game began, Ray told Ryan that he chose SoulCalibur to challenge him because fans were upset that Ryan had used a SoulCalibur V case to hold Top Spin 2 three weeks before.

Ray vs. Michael: Banjo-TooieEdit

  • Michael became the third person to defeat Ray.
  • This episode currently has the closest final score (61-60).
  • Michael picked a game that featured his favorite character and Minecraft skin (Banjo Kazooie), but Michael stated that he had never played the game in multiplayer, giving both him and Ray a fair advantage. Unlike the previous two times that they faced off, Michael was able to defeat Ray.
  • This was a major upset for Ray as he had held the belt for only one week despite having the longest winning streak and best Win-Loss Percentage.
  • This episode marked the beginning of Ray's series of defeats against Michael, losing 5 consecutive matches against him until Episode 110 (4 of those losses came from when he was a champion).

Michael vs. Gavin: Guitar Hero IIEdit

  • This was a tiebreaker game between the two members of Team Nice Dynamite.
  • Gavin picked a game that both he and Michael claimed were not good at.
  • This marked the 2nd time that Gavin won the belt, meaning that he is currently tied with Geoff for winning the belt twice.

Gavin vs. Ryan: DivekickEdit

  • Gavin successfully defended the belt, which was a major shocker. The other Achievement Hunters also claimed that Gavin's "loser status" no longer existed.
  • Ryan's game of choice, Divekick, was seen at RTX 2013 when a tournament for it took place.
  • This was the first time that Ryan's game of choice was a PS3 game.
  • Gavin's victory means that he no longer has the worst Win-Loss Percentage, since he and Michael now have the same Win Percentage (37.5%).

Gavin vs. Jack: Trials EvolutionEdit

  • This was the first time ever that Gavin and Jack faced off.
  • Gavin spent more than half of the game trying to get past a certain part of the course, giving Jack the opportunity to easily defeat Gavin.
  • Gavin's loss means that he once again has the worst Win-Loss Percentage (33.3%).

Jack vs. Geoff: Mount Your FriendsEdit

  • This was a tiebreaker game between the two members of Team Beards.
  • This was a major upset for Geoff, since his loss means that he now takes Gavin's title of having the worst Win-Loss Percentage (28.5%).

Jack vs. Ray: Bomberman Live BattlefestEdit

  • Jack barely avoided being shutout from victory against Ray like in Episode 5.
  • This marked the 4th time in a row that Ray kept his undefeated streak as a challenger alive.

Ray vs. Michael: Hole in the WallEdit

  • This was the only episode of Versus where the game was for the Xbox 360 Kinect.
  • Michael tied the score between him and Ray (2-2).
  • Both Ray and Michael had a hard time figuring the game out, leading to both of them being unable to get any points in the first two games.
  • This was the first time in history that a previous event in Versus was repeated (Ray holding the belt for one week before being defeated by Michael; this same event happened in Episode 23).
  • Michael's victory means that he is now tied with Ray for the most title reigns, since they have both held the title 4 times as of now.

Michael vs. Gavin: GTA IV - Chopper vs. ChopperEdit

  • Michael tied the score between him and Gavin (2-2).
  • This marked the first time that Michael successfully defended the title.
  • This is currently the longest episode of Versus, being 26 minutes and 52 seconds long.

Michael vs. Ryan: GTA V - Arm WrestlingEdit

  • Ryan's original idea was to do a jet vs. jet battle, but due to the amount of times that their jets were blown up by the military, they were forced to completely change the game type.

Ryan vs. Jack: GTA V - GolfEdit

  • This marked the first time that the EXACT same game was chosen for a second time.
  • Jack broke the tie between him and Ryan (2-1).
  • Jack's victory means that he is now tied with Ray and Michael for the most title reigns (All three of them have held the title 4 times as of now).

Jack vs. Geoff: MX vs. ATV AliveEdit

  • Geoff tied the score between him and Jack (2-2).
  • Geoff was finally able to win the belt back after losing twice in a row (His last title win was in Episode 16).
  • Geoff's win means that he no longer has the worst Win-Loss Percentage (This victory boosted his win percentage to 37.5%; Gavin's win percentage is currently 33.3%)

Geoff vs. Ray: Nicktoons MLBEdit

  • This marked the third week in a row that the champion was only able to hold the title for one week, which is currently a record.
  • Geoff's loss means that he is now tied with Gavin for the worst Win-Loss Percentage (33.3%).
  • Ray's victory means that he now holds the record for the most title reigns (This was Ray's 5th title win).

Ray vs. Michael: Starwhal - Just the TipEdit

  • This was the 2nd Versus episode to be hosted on a holiday (Halloween).
  • This Versus episode will forever live in history due to the fact that a previous event in Versus was repeated TWICE, which is almost impossible (Ray losing the belt to Michael after holding it for one week; this same event happened in Episodes 23 and 29).
  • Michael tied with Ray for the most title reigns (This was Michael's 5th title win).

Michael vs. Gavin: Splinter Cell - ConvictionEdit

  • Gavin broke the tie between him and Michael (3-2)
  • Since Gavin won, he no longer has the worst Win-Loss Percentage (This victory boosted his win percentage to 40%; Geoff's current win percentage is 33.3%).
  • With Gavin's victory, the title has now changed hands between EVERY member of Achievement Hunter within the past 6 weeks.
  • This marked the first Versus episode where the game footage and the real-life footage was shown simultaneously.

Gavin vs. Ryan: Call of Duty 4 - Modern WarfareEdit

  • Gavin and Ryan were playing the "Mile High Club" mission on "Veteran" difficulty.
  • This marked the first time in 7 weeks that the champion was able to retain the title.
  • Gavin broke the tie between him and Ryan (2-1).

Gavin vs. Jack: Assassin's Creed IV - Black FlagEdit

  • This was the 2nd time that Gavin and Jack faced off.
  • Unlike the previous time where Gavin was completely shutout from victory, Gavin managed to defeat Jack.
  • Gavin and Jack were playing on Assassination Mode.

Gavin vs. Geoff: QWOPEdit

  • This was the 1st time ever that Gavin and Geoff faced off.
  • This was the 3rd Versus episode to be hosted on a holiday (Thanksgiving).
  • Even though Geoff won, he still has the worst Win-Loss Percentage (40%).

Geoff vs. Ray: PeggleEdit

  • Ray chose a game that Geoff had a lot of experience in, giving Geoff a better advantage.
  • Geoff tied the score between him and Ray (2-2), and now no longer has the worst Win-Loss percentage.
  • This marked the first time ever that Ray lost as a challenger. It also marked the first time that Geoff successfully defended the title.

Geoff vs. Michael: Peggle 2Edit

  • This was the 2nd time Geoff and Michael faced off.
  • Michael's victory means he now has the 2nd most wins (7 wins), only surpassed by Ray, who has 12.
  • Michael's victory means that he now holds the record for the most title reigns (This was his 6th title win).
  • Despite choosing a game Geoff was better at in general, Michael still won partly thanks to the Kinect.

Michael vs. Gavin: Hidden in Plain SightEdit

  • This was the 6th time that the two members of Team Nice Dynamite faced off.
  • Gavin's victory means that he's now tied for the 2nd most amount of wins with Michael, both having 7.

Gavin vs. Ryan: GunBloodEdit

  • With Gavin's victory, he now has the 2nd most amount of wins (8 wins).
  • Also, Gavin became the only Achievement Hunter other than Ray to have a win percentage over 50%.
  • With Ryan's loss, he is now tied with Gavin for the longest losing streak (3 losses). It also means that he now has the worst Win-Loss percentage (38.5%).

Gavin vs. Jack: DooM 3 BFG EditionEdit

  • This was the first Versus episode released in 2014.
  • Gavin broke the tie between him and Jack (2-1).
  • Gavin and Jack both had a fair advantage due to Jack never playing the multiplayer and Gavin never playing the game at all.
  • Not to mention, 44 is a memorable number for both Gavin and Jack (If you watch the Minecraft Let's Play series, you would know that in Episode 44, Gavin came close to screwing Jack out of the victory).

Gavin vs. Geoff: Five Paces Duel with Nerf Guns Edit

  • This was the second time that the game of choice was not a video game.
  • They were originally supposed to duel at 10 paces, but due to the distance being too far, they lowered it to 5.
  • Also, they were originally supposed to go best 2 out of 3, but due to them missing each other so many times, they lowered it to first to 1.
  • Gavin tied the score between him and Geoff (1-1).
  • Gavin won with a headshot.

Gavin vs. Ray: FIFA StreetEdit

  • Gavin's streak ended at 4 weeks, giving him the third longest undefeated streak as of right now (Second being Ray and first being Jeremy later on in the series).
  • Ray is now tied with Michael for the most title reigns (This was Ray's 6th title win).
  • Gavin barely avoided being shutout from victory against Ray like in Episode 13.
  • Ray managed to score 3 goals within 30 seconds during the first half of the game, which caused his substantial lead over Gavin.

Ray vs. Michael: Burger King - Big Bumpin'Edit

  • Michael now holds the record for the most title reigns (This was his 7th title win).
  • Ray had a significant advantage due to him perfecting the game and Michael never playing the game at all.
  • Despite having the disadvantage of never playing the game before, Michael still managed to defeat Ray.
  • This is the THIRD time in Versus that a previous event has been repeated (Ray losing the belt to Michael after holding it for one week. The same event happened in Episodes 23, 29, and 35).
  • They originally were going to go best of 5, but due to the length of the games being too long, they lowered it to best of 3.

Michael vs. Gavin: Halo CE AnniversaryEdit

  • This was the 7th time the two members of Team Nice Dynamite faced off.
  • Michael and Gavin were playing a remake of the original Halo game (Which they also played on the very first episode of Versus). They were also playing the final segment of the final level of the game on easy mode.

Gavin vs. Lindsay: Catlateral DamageEdit

  • This marked the first episode in Versus that Lindsay has participated in as a competitor.
  • Originally, Gavin was supposed to be challenged by Ryan, but was then challenged by Lindsay instead as a sudden, last-minute replacement.

Gavin vs. Ryan: NidhoggEdit

  • This was a huge victory for Ryan because he managed to win back the belt after losing it in Episode 32 and failing to win it in Episodes 37 and 43 (His last title win was in Episode 31).
  • This marked the first time that Ryan has managed to defeat Gavin since Episode 19.
  • This was the beginning of Gavin's second "losing streak", but unlike his first streak in which he failed to win the belt 3 games in a row before winning it for the first time in Episode 18, he failed to win it 5 games (including the Reset Go-Kart race) in a row before winning it back in Episode 76 from the person who won it from him, which was Ryan.

Ryan vs. Jack: You Don't Know JackEdit

  • Ryan tied the score between him and Jack (2-2).
  • This episode will forever be remembered as one of the hugest comebacks in Versus history (Ryan coming from behind in the third round from an 11,672 point deficit to defeat Jack by 328 points).
  • This was a major upset for Jack because his loss means that he now officially takes Gavin's spot for the longest losing streak (4 losses in a row).

VS Reset: Go-Kart RacingEdit

  • This is the first episode of Versus where more than two competitors faced off (All seven participants faced off against each other).
  • This is the third time where the game of choice is a real-life game.
  • It was divided into two races; a qualifier race (Which determined their starting positions for the second race) and a final race (Which determined the new order of the challengers in line).
  • The order was determined by the competitors' final rankings in the second race (1st: Jack, 2nd: Ryan, 3rd: Michael, 4th: Gavin, 5th: Ray, 6th: Lindsay, 7th: Geoff).
  • Jack managed to win back the belt after losing it in Episode 33 and failing to win it back in Episodes 38, 44, and 51 (His last title win was in Episode 32).
  • The results from both races were almost similar except in the final round, Ray managed to overtake Lindsay to finish 5th, while she finished 6th.
  • This episode marked the 1st year anniversary of Versus.
  • After colliding with a wall early on, Gavin's helmet-cam was almost always aimed at his crotch. The collision happened while trying to pass Lindsay for fourth place on her right side, also managing to catch a right-behind Geoff.
  • Because of that collision alone, Gavin's position was unknown throughout the second race. It was later revealed that he was in fourth place for the majority of the race.
  • The Hunters' kart numbers were 22 (Jack), 31 (Ryan), 4 (Michael), 18 (Gavin), 30 (Lindsay), 17 (Ray), and 20 (Geoff).

Jack vs. Ryan: Typing of the Dead - OverkillEdit

  • This was the tiebreaker round between the two members of Team Same Voice.
  • This was the first episode with the new rotation in play since the reset.
  • Jack broke the tie between him and Ryan (3-2).
  • Ryan had a lot of issues with his laptop throughout the game until it eventually crashed altogether, which prematurely ended the game.
  • Later in the series, this game, along with the objective, was chosen AGAIN, this time by Jack in Episode 66 when he challenged Ray.

Jack vs. Michael: BattleshipEdit

  • This was the first time ever that Jack and Michael faced off.
  • This was the fourth time that the game of choice was not a video game. However, this was the first time that the game of choice was a board game.
  • After the episode aired, it meant that every male competitor of Versus has fought against each other at least once.

Michael vs. Gavin: UnoEdit

  • This was the 8th time the two members of Team Nice Dynamite faced off.
  • During the third game, a random player joined the game, but left after two turns.
  • Although it was said at the start of the video that they would play until either Michael or Gavin gained 250 points, the Yellow Player (CPU) reached this amount first, thus ending the game before either of them could win, however, Michael had more points than Gavin at the end (Michael had 64 points, Gavin had 0 points), so the win was attributed to him.
  • This marked the second time that Michael has successfully defended the title.
  • This marked the first time that Michael has beaten Gavin since Episode 30.

Michael vs. Ray: College Lacrosse 2012Edit

  • With Michael's victory, he is now tied with Ryan for the third longest winning streak (3 wins in a row).
  • This marked the second time that Ray has lost as a challenger (The first time was in Episode 40).
  • Michael became the second person to defeat Ray where he was a challenger.
  • This was the fourth time that Ray's game of choice was a sports game.
  • Michael and Ray mentioned a bunch of sports athletes based on in-game player names, as did Gavin on occasion [notables include basketball great Michael Jordan, cartoon character Speedy Gonzales, actress Cameron Diaz, golfer Tiger Woods, former United States President Gerald Ford (who played college football for Michigan), and Formula One driver Lewis Hamilton].
  • This marked the fifth consecutive time that Michael has defeated Ray, which is almost impossible to accomplish.

Michael vs. Lindsay: Dead or Alive 4Edit

  • This was the first time ever that Michael and Lindsay faced off.
  • This marked the first time ever that Lindsay won the belt after failing to win it in her first challenge and in the Reset episode.
  • Even though Lindsay won, she still has the worst win-loss percentage (33.33%).

Lindsay vs. Geoff: Dead or Alive 5Edit

  • This was the first time ever that Lindsay and Geoff faced off.
  • Geoff challenged Lindsay to a game that she has more experience in (Dead or Alive) giving her a better advantage.
  • This marked the first time that Lindsay successfully defended the belt.
  • Lindsay's win means that she no longer has the worst win-loss percentage (50%).
  • Geoff's loss means that he now has the worst win-loss percentage (33.33%).
  • Later in the series, this game was chosen by Geoff AGAIN in Episode 86, as well as in Episode 100.

Lindsay vs. Jack: Cat-A-PultEdit

  • This was the first time ever that Lindsay and Jack faced off.
  • Lindsay's win means that she now has the best win-loss percentage (60.00%). It also means that she is tied with Michael and Ryan for the third longest undefeated streak (3 wins in a row).
  • Jack's loss means that he is now tied with Ryan for the most losses as a challenger, losing 6 games of his choice.
  • This was the first Versus episode where the famous "Technical Difficulties" music was played after Jack accidentally zoomed in on the screen, causing him to start over again.
  • This marked the final episode of Versus that was filmed in their office at 636.

Lindsay vs. Ryan: Cat with Bow GolfEdit

  • This was the first time ever that Lindsay and Ryan faced off.
  • Lindsay's loss means that she no longer has the best win-loss percentage (50.00%).
  • This was the first episode of Versus that was shot in their new office at Studio 5.
  • Ryan became the second person to defeat Lindsay, the first being Gavin.

Ryan vs. Michael: Conker - Live & ReloadedEdit

  • At the start of the game, both Ryan and Michael spawned on two different sides of the map and were unable to figure out the way to activate the bridge between them. Because of this, they were only able to attack each other through ranged weapons across the chasm between them.
  • The only kill came from Ryan with only 25 seconds left in the game.
  • This marked the first time that Michael lost as a challenger since Episode 12.

Ryan vs. Gavin: Sportsfriends - Super Pole RidersEdit

  • This was the first time that Gavin's game of choice was a PS4 game. It was also the second time that the game of choice was a Playstation game, the first being Divekick for the PS3.
  • Gavin's game of choice, Super Pole Riders, is one of four different sports-related games that were bundled together in the local multiplayer game, Sportsfriends.
  • Ryan tied the score between him and Gavin (3-3).
  • Gavin's loss means that he is now tied with Ryan and Jack for the most losses as a challenger, losing 6 games that he has chosen.

Ryan vs. Ray: Sportsfriends - BaraBariBallEdit

  • This was the first time that Ryan and Ray have fought against each other since Episode 22.
  • Ray's game of choice, BaraBariBall, is one of four different sports-related games that were bundled together in the local multiplayer game, Sportsfriends, which was also Gavin's game of choice in the previous episode.
  • This marked the second time that a game of choice has been repeated, the first being GTA V.
  • This was the beginning of Ray's third "undefeated streak", but unlike his first two streaks, he would hold the belt for only 3 weeks, before being beaten by Jack in Episode 66.

Ray vs. Lindsay: Jeopardy!Edit

  • This was the first time ever that Ray and Lindsay faced off.
  • Ray's victory means that it was the first time that he successfully defended the title since Episode 15. It also means that he is now the first person to have BEATEN everyone at least once.
  • Ray became the third person to have beaten Lindsay, the others being Gavin and Ryan.
  • Originally, Ray and Lindsay were gonna play until the first person answers 10 questions correctly, however, they changed it to best of 11 answers (First person who answers 6 questions correctly).
  • After this episode aired, it now meant that EVERYONE has fought against each other at least once.

Ray vs. Geoff: SpeedRunnersEdit

  • This was the tiebreaker round between the two members of Team Go F*ck Yourself.
  • This was the first time that Ray and Geoff faced off since Episode 40.
  • Ray broke the tie between him and Geoff (3-2).
  • This marked a huge loss for Geoff because not only he is now in a four-way tie with Jack, Ryan and Gavin for the most losses as a challenger (losing 6 games of his choice), it also means that he takes Jack's spot to have the longest losing streak (5 losses in a row).
  • Despite barely avoiding getting shutout in rounds, Geoff still got shutout in games.
  • Unlike in the original Let's Play, Ray and Geoff didn't use their original screen names for this game (Ray's screen name was Blaze Ya Dead Homie, Geoff's screen name was Butthole Mafia), instead they used their screen names from the Prop Hunt Let's Play (Ray's screen name was Bubb Rubb, Geoff's screen name was I'm Not A Barrel).

Ray vs. Jack: Typing of the Dead - OverkillEdit

  • This was the first time that Ray and Jack faced off since Episode 28.
  • This marked the third time that a game of choice has been repeated. However, it marked the first time ever that the game of choice along with the objective has been repeated. It also marked the first time that Jack has beaten Ray since Episode 9.
  • Jack's game of choice, Typing of the Dead - Overkill, is the EXACT same game that Ryan chose when he challenged Jack in Episode 53, and EXACTLY like the first time this game was played, Jack managed to win.

Jack vs. Ryan: Watch DogsEdit

  • Originally, they were going to do a 1v1 hacking game, however, the game couldn't let them find a way to get into the hacking game, so they did an alternative via downloading the CTS mobile but it would not download for some reason, so they changed the rules to first to 5 kills.
  • Ryan tied the score between him and Jack (3-3).
  • Ryan's victory over Jack means that he is now tied with Michael for the 3rd most amount of wins with 11.

Ryan vs. Michael: Don't Break the IceEdit

  • This marked the fifth time that the game of choice was not a video game.
  • This marked the second time that the game of choice was a board game, it also marked the second time that this type of game choice was chosen by Michael, but unlike the first time he picked a board game, he was unsuccessful in winning back the belt.
  • Ryan's win over Michael means that he is now tied with Gavin for the 2nd most amount of wins with 12.
  • This was a "tongue in cheek" reference to Let's Play Minecraft Episode 37 (Clouds) in which Ryan broke an ice block (which was against the rules), which cost him the game.

Ryan vs. Gavin: Bankshot Billiards 2Edit

  • This was the tiebreaker round between the two members of Team Love N' Stuff.
  • This episode was supposed to be released after Episode 68, however, at the beginning of the video, Geoff jokingly stated that the game footage of this episode was lost and they did accidentally skipped this episode and uploaded Episode 70 by accident.
  • Ryan broke the tie between him and Gavin (4-3).
  • Ryan's victory means that he now has the 2nd most amount of wins with 13.
  • Gavin's loss means that he now has the most losses as a challenger (losing 7 games of his choice).
  • Gavin had only 2 striped balls remaining and his final shot accidently 'scratched' the 8-ball into the pocket, causing him to lose automatically (One of the rules of billiards states that the 8-ball must be sunk AFTER you sink all of your balls that you've chosen into the pockets, if you scratch the 8-ball before that, it counts as an automatic loss).

Ryan vs. Ray: Small ArmsEdit

  • This episode (Episode 70) was supposed to be released the week after Ryan vs. Gavin (Episode 69), however, this episode was released a week early after Ryan vs. Michael (Episode 68) despite the fact that Geoff said at the end of Episode 68 that Gavin will challenge Ryan next week, the reason is that Geoff jokingly stated at the beginning of Episode 69 that the footage for that episode was lost, but in actuality, they skipped that episode on accident.
  • Ray's victory over Ryan means that he is now tied with Michael for the most title reigns (This was his 8th title win).
  • Unlike the previous four times they've faced off, Ryan almost defeated Ray, but he still managed to fall short, losing with 5 kills to Ray's 7 kills.
  • This episode marked the first time that Millie, Geoff's daughter, has made an appearance in an episode of Versus.

Ray vs. Lindsay: Apple ShooterEdit

  • Both rounds (main round and tiebreaker) ended in a tie as they both went up to levels 6 and 7 respectfully, so Ryan brought in the suggestion in which the first person who hits the orange on Gavin's head with the Nerf Guns from Episode 45 wins, which was Lindsay.
  • Lindsay's game of choice, Apple Shooter, came from the same makers who made GunBlood, which was Ryan's game of choice against Gavin in Episode 43.
  • Unlike the first time they've faced off, Lindsay was able to defeat Ray.
  • Not only Lindsay became the fourth person to defeat Ray, she also tied the score between her and Ray (1-1).

Lindsay vs. Geoff: Rock'em Sock'em RobotsEdit

  • Geoff became the second person to challenge a competitor to a board/kids game, the other person being Michael.
  • Unlike the first time they've faced off where he got completely shutout from victory, Geoff was able to defeat Lindsay.
  • Geoff tied the score between him and Lindsay (1-1).
  • Geoff became the third person to defeat Lindsay, the other two people that have been able to defeat her were Gavin and Ryan.
  • This marked a huge win for Geoff because he managed to win back the belt after losing it in Episode 41 and failing to win it back after four attempts (Episode 39 was his last title win and Episode 40 was his last win as champion).
  • Millie was present in this episode and revealed that Geoff's favorite color is blue, contradicting his role as orange-armored Grif in Red vs. Blue.

Geoff vs. Jack: Burnout ParadiseEdit

  • This was the tiebreaker round between the two members of Team O.G.
  • This was the first time that Geoff and Jack faced off since Episode 33.
  • Geoff and Jack were playing the walkthrough on how to get the Millionaire's Club achievement, which was also the very first video that was made for Achievement Hunter.
  • Jack broke the tie between him and Geoff (3-2).
  • Jack chose his game, Burnout Paradise, as a hype for Achievement Hunter's 6th year anniversary. It was also played on the Achievement Hunter 4th year anniversary livestream.
  • After Jack had finished with his run, Gavin jokingly bet Geoff $10,000 to see if he was able to beat the score that Jack had marked. Luckily for Gavin, Geoff scored 437,175 points to Jack's 2,509,760, losing by almost 6 times Jack's score.

Jack vs. Ryan: Probably ArcheryEdit

  • This was the tiebreaker round between the two members of Team Same Voice.
  • Ryan broke the tie between him and Jack (4-3).
  • Jack and Ryan were playing Eggsterminator mode.
  • Jack was struggling with the controls throughout the game which led to him not being able to hit even one egg.
  • This marked the first time Jack got completely shutout from victory since Episode 5.

Ryan vs. Michael: TMNT Training LairEdit

  • This marked the third time in Versus that the Kinect was involved in a game. It was also the third time that Michael has chosen this type of game using the Kinect.
  • Unlike his last two Kinect-type game of choices, Michael was unsuccessful in winning the belt.

Ryan vs. Gavin: TowerFall AscensionEdit

  • Gavin had a significant advantage since that he has played the game on almost a daily basis while Ryan has never played the game before.
  • Gavin tied the score between him and Ryan (4-4).
  • This marked the first time that Gavin won the belt after losing it in Episode 50 (to Ryan, ironically) and failing to win it back after four attempts (Episode 48 was his last title win and Episode 49 was his last win as champion). It also marked the first time that Gavin has beaten Ryan since Episode 43.

Gavin vs. Ray: Castle CrashersEdit

  • This was the first time that Gavin and Ray faced off since Episode 46.
  • Ray's victory over Gavin means that he now has the most title reigns with 9.
  • This marked the first time Gavin got completely shutout from victory since Episode 55.
  • This was the beginning of Ray's fourth "undefeated streak" and EXACTLY like his previous streak, he would hold the belt for 3 weeks before being beaten by Jack in Episode 80.

Ray vs. Lindsay: Snoopy Flying AceEdit

  • This was the tiebreaker round between Ray and Lindsay.
  • Ray broke the tie between him and Lindsay (2-1).
  • Ray had a significant advantage in that he had already perfected the game since March of 2011, not to mention Ray is also level 100, while Lindsay had never played the game before, that huge advantage eventually led him to successfully retain the belt.

Ray vs. Geoff: EA Sports UFCEdit

  • Ray's victory over Geoff means that he is currently the first and only person to reach 20 wins total.
  • Ray and Geoff had a fair advantage since they've both never played the game before.
  • Geoff's loss means that he is now tied with Gavin for the most losses as a challenger, losing 7 games of his choice.

Ray vs. Jack: Fight Night Round 4Edit

  • Ray stated that he perfected the game's predecessor, Fight Night Round 3, but not Round 4, giving him a slight advantage over Jack.
  • Jack tied the score between him and Ray (3-3).

Jack vs. Ryan: Bullet EvasionEdit

  • After Ryan's first run ended, he claimed that he had already practiced this game mode on normal, which gave him a huge advantage over Jack.
  • This marked the first time in Versus that a game of choice is played on the Oculus Rift.

Ryan vs. Michael: Pokémon StadiumEdit

  • This marked the first time ever an episode of Versus was released on a day other than a Thursday (This episode was released on a Friday). It also marked the first time ever that a game of choice is a Nintendo game, as well as being an Nintendo 64 game.
  • Michael's loss over Ryan means that he is now tied with Geoff for the longest losing streak (5 losses in a row).
  • With Ryan's victory, he now has the second most title defenses with 8, only surpassed by Ray, who has 11.

Ryan vs. Gavin: Fish Listening to RadioEdit

  • This was the tiebreaker round between the two members of Team Love 'N' Stuff.
  • Ryan broke the tie between him and Gavin (5-4).
  • Gavin's loss means that he now has the most losses as a challenger, losing 8 games of his choice.
  • Gavin barely avoided getting shutout from victory against Ryan like in Episode 19.

Ryan vs. Ray: Deadliest WarriorEdit

  • They were originally going to go to best of 3, but due to the games being too short, they changed it to best of 5, in which first to 3 wins.
  • Ray's victory means that he is now the first person to reach double-digit title victories (This was his 10th title win).
  • Despite barely avoiding getting shutout in rounds, Ryan still got shutout in games.

Ray vs. Lindsay: Hydro Thunder HurricaneEdit

  • Lindsay tied the score between her and Ray (2-2).
  • Despite playing this game before on the arcade, Ray has never played it on the Xbox 360 before.
  • Lindsay did manage to throw away her lead a couple times, but she still managed to defeat Ray.

Lindsay vs. Geoff: Dead or Alive 5Edit

  • This was the tiebreaker round between Lindsay and Geoff.
  • This marked the fourth time a game of choice in an episode of Versus has been repeated.
  • This marked the first time ever that a game of choice was chosen by the same competitor TWICE.
  • Unlike the first time they've played this game, Lindsay and Geoff decided to go to best of 5.
  • Unlike the first time they've faced off in this game, Geoff did manage to win a round, however, EXACTLY like the first time they've faced off, Geoff got completely shutout from victory in games.
  • Lindsay broke the tie between her and Geoff (2-1).
  • Lindsay's win means that she is tied with Geoff with 6 wins total.
  • Geoff's loss means that he is now tied with Gavin for the most losses as a challenger, losing 8 games of his choice.
  • Later on in the series, Geoff chose this game AGAIN in Episode 100.

Lindsay vs. Jack: Aqua KittyEdit

  • When Jack picked this game, he thought that he and Lindsay were originally going to go to best of 3 high scores, but after the first game, he realized that both of their individual scores did not appear in this game since Ray pointed out that this was a co-op game with only their combined score, so they changed the rules to whoever dies first loses.
  • Lindsay's victory over Jack means that she no longer has the least amount of wins, she now has 7 wins total.

Lindsay vs. Ryan: Taste TestingEdit

  • Ryan chose this challenge as a theory that he talked about in a GTA Let's Play whether a Lay's Stax chip and a Pringles chip were similar.
  • With Jack, Ray, Michael, and Gavin all noticeably absent, this episode currently marks the fewest amount of people in an episode of Versus.
  • Lindsay had to correctly identify which piece of paper covered the Lay's Stax chip and the Pringles chip by taste testing each subject while being blindfolded (The second piece of paper covered two Lay's Stax chips and the third piece of paper covered two Pringles chips).
  • Ryan's victory means that he now has the second most title reigns with 9, only surpassed by Ray, who has 10.

Ryan vs. Michael: Shape UpEdit

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  • This is the fourth time that Michael has picked a Kinect-type game.
  • This was a major loss for Michael because he now takes Geoff's spot for the longest losing streak (6 losses in a row).

Ryan vs. Gavin: Doggie Doo Edit

  • Gavin became the third person to pick a board game, the other two people were Michael and Geoff.
  • Gavin tied the score between him and Ryan (5-5).
  • Before the game got underway, the AH crew had to set up the game, culminating when Geoff had to read the rules on how to play and win the game.
  • Gavin was the only person to successfully push out the dog's "poo" throughout the game despite forcing to trade shovels with Ryan at certain times.

Gavin & Geoff vs. Ryan & Jack: Halo - The Master Chief CollectionEdit

  • This was the fourth time that an episode of Versus is hosted on a holiday (Thanksgiving).
  • This marked the second year in a row that an episode of Versus is hosted on Thanksgiving Day.
  • Originally, Gavin was supposed to be challenged by Ray in this episode, but he was on vacation that day.
  • This episode was a throwback of the first episode of Versus where Gavin and Michael played Halo CE, with the same map (Hang Em' High), and same objective (First to 25 kills).
  • Unlike the very first episode of Versus where the objective was pistols only and first to 25 kills only, Geoff, Gavin, Jack, and Ryan decided to go to best of 3 rounds, first to 25 kills for each round (Prisoner & use of rockets only and Chiron & use of shotguns only were the other two maps and weapons used in Rounds 2 and 3 respectfully).
  • This marked the first time ever where an episode of Versus is a Team-Based episode.
  • This marked the second time where more than two competitors competed in an episode of Versus (The first time was in the Reset in Episode 52).
  • This marked the first time ever in Versus where a champion (Gavin) doesn't have to defend the title due to the fact that the challenger (Ray) was not in the office.

Ray vs. Lindsay: Digimon All-Star RumbleEdit

  • This was the tiebreaker round between Ray and Lindsay.
  • Originally, Gavin was supposed to defend the belt against Ray, but he was noticeably absent on that day, so the challenger (Ray) became the champion by default.
  • This marked the first time ever that the champion (Gavin) was absent in a episode of Versus.
  • Ray broke the tie between him and Lindsay (3-2).

Ray vs. Geoff: GTA V - Car Wash MeleeEdit

  • This marked the third time that Grand Theft Auto V was chosen as a game in Versus. However, this marked the first time that Grand Theft Auto V was chosen on the Xbox One.
  • Despite Geoff custom-making this map in the game, he still fell short against Ray.
  • Geoff was constantly playing catch-up to Ray, which ultimately ended up with him losing with a final score of 10-8.
  • Geoff's loss means that he now has the most losses as a challenger (losing 9 games of his choice).

Ray vs. Jack: Skate 3Edit

  • This was the tiebreaker round between Ray and Jack.
  • Both Ray and Jack had played Skate 3 before from the original Let's Play.
  • Unlike in the Let's Play in which they played Hall of Meat, Ray and Jack were playing S.K.A.T.E. mode, which is the H.O.R.S.E. version of this game.
  • Jack broke the tie between him and Ray (4-3).
  • The intro of this episode where Jack picked the game and the actual Versus where Ray and Jack were playing were filmed on different days as the AH crew all wore different clothes on those days. It was later confirmed in the beginning of the next episode when Jack said that he lost the video footage from the first time they played the game for Versus, but somehow managed to salvage the audio however. Not to mention, Ray also lost to Jack on that day as well.
  • This marked the first time ever that Ray was only able to hold on to the belt for two weeks since he won the belt from Gavin via forfeit and successfully defended it against Lindsay in the same week.

Jack vs. Ryan: Thief TownEdit

  • This marked the fifth time an episode of Versus was released on a holiday (Christmas).
  • The two were supposed to go to best of 3, but they changed it to first to 3 since the lengths of the game were too short.
  • Ryan's victory over Jack means that he is now tied with Michael for the longest winning streak as a challenger (6 games of his choice).
  • Just like in Episode 51, Ryan came from behind to defeat Jack from a 2-0 disadvantage to win 3 rounds in a row.
  • Had they not changed the rules from best of 3 to first to 3, Jack would've successfully defended the belt and completely shutout Ryan from victory.

Ryan vs. Michael: Angry Birds GO! - Jenga Pirate Pig Attack GameEdit

  • This marked the sixth time an episode of Versus was released on a holiday (New Year's Day).
  • This also marked first Versus episode released in 2015.
  • This marked a huge victory for Michael because not only he managed to win back the belt after losing it in Episode 57 and failing to win it back after five failed attempts, he also managed to beat Ryan for the first time ever after seven failed attempts. However, it was later revealed in the next episode that Geoff deemed Michael's victory over Ryan controversial when Geoff admitted that he misread the instructions, causing Ryan to be inserted into the Versus between Michael and Gavin.
  • This marked the first time that Ryan was only able to hold on to the belt for one week since Episode 32.
  • With his victory over Ryan, Michael became the first person other than Ray to have BEATEN every male competitor in Versus.

Michael vs. Gavin vs. Ryan: GTA IV - Chicken with ParachutesEdit

  • This stemmed from last week's episode of Versus when Geoff admitted that he actually misread the instructions from the Angry Birds game in which the instructions actually said that the person who hits any part of the ship first (which was Ryan), receives the points, and since Geoff thought that Ryan was beaten unfairly, he decided to put him in this week's episode against both Michael and Gavin.
  • This marked the third time where more than two competitors competed in an episode of Versus.
  • This marked the second time that GTA IV was chosen in an episode of Versus. It also marked the second time that Gavin chose GTA IV, but unlike the first time he chose this game, his second attempt at this game was successful in winning the belt.
  • Gavin broke the tie between him and Ryan (6-5).
  • This marked the first time that Gavin has defeated Michael since Episode 48.
  • This episode was revenge for Gavin against Michael because in Episode 30, Gavin challenged Michael to Chopper vs. Chopper in GTA IV, and lost with a final score of two rounds to zero.

Gavin vs. Ray: Chair RaceEdit

  • This was the first time that Ray chose a real-life game, in which it was Lindsay's idea.
  • Unlike the previous four times they've faced off, Gavin was able to defeat Ray.
  • Gavin's victory over Ray means that he not only became the third person to defeat Ray when he was a challenger, he became the fifth person to defeat Ray, as well as becoming the first person other than Ray to have BEATEN everyone at least once.
  • This marked the third time that Ray lost as a challenger, the last time this happened was in Episode 56 against Michael.
  • This marked the first time that Gavin successfully defended the belt since Episode 49.
  • Although Ray lost to Gavin in a real-life game, he is still undefeated against Gavin video-game wise as of right now.
  • The competitors put sheets of paper with their respective numbers on the opponents' backs, on account of the fact both of them wore the same shirt. Gavin's number was a blue 69, while Ray's was a brown 420.
  • Gavin got a good jump at the beginning, but Ray eventually caught up and in the final dash, collided with Gavin from behind as he literally pushed the defending champion to victory.

Gavin vs. Lindsay: Sonic & Sega All-Stars RacingEdit

  • This was the first time that Lindsay challenged Gavin as an actual competitor because in Episode 49, Lindsay was a sudden, last-minute replacement for Ryan where he was supposed to challenge Gavin in that episode.
  • Unlike the first time the two have faced off, Lindsay was able to defeat Gavin.
  • Lindsay tied the score between her and Gavin (1-1).
  • Lindsay never gave up her lead although Gavin was catching up to her throughout the entire race, which ultimately gave her the victory. Not to mention, they put the difficulty on beginner for the AI, whereas in Episode 6, Ray and Michael put on hard difficulty for the AI. Also, Gavin rarely drifted throughout the entire race (which gives racers mini-boosts if used for a certain amount of time), which may have been the reason for his eventual defeat.
  • Lindsay's game of choice, Sonic & Sega All-Stars Racing, was the predecessor of the game's sequel, Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed, in which it is the exact game that Ray and Michael played in Episode 6.

Lindsay vs. Geoff: Dead or Alive 5Edit

  • This marked the 100th episode of Versus.
  • Before Geoff chose this game, he stated that he has never beaten Lindsay ever in Versus, in which that statement was proven false as in Episode 72, Geoff defeated Lindsay in Rock'em Sock'em Robots.
  • This marked the third time in Versus that Geoff chose Dead or Alive 5 as his game pick and just EXACTLY like the previous two times they've played this game, Geoff got completely shutout from victory.
  • As of right now, all of Lindsay's victories over Geoff came from this game.

Lindsay vs. Jack: Donkey Kong JengaEdit

  • Jack joined Michael, Geoff, and Gavin as one of the four people to have chosen a board/kids game.
  • Jack chose this game as a reference to Geoff and Ryan playing Tetris Jenga on Achievement Hunt Episode 53.
  • The Donkey Kong Jenga blocks were made out of wood (just like in the original Jenga game), unlike the Tetris Jenga blocks which were made out of hard plastic.
  • Unlike the previous two times they've faced off, Jack was able to defeat Lindsay.

Jack vs. Ryan: Giant JengaEdit

  • This marked the second episode in a row that a person has chosen Jenga as their game of choice.
  • When Ryan announced the game's name to the audience, he mispronounced it as "Jingle".
  • Ryan's victory over Jack means that he currently has the longest winning streak as a challenger (7 games of his choice).
  • At one point in the game when he was about to take out a block, Ryan managed to catch the tower with his face just when it was about to fall down. Moments later, he kept the tower from falling AGAIN by steering it back in place with the block that he was trying to pull out.

Ryan vs. Michael: GTA V - Chopper vs. Chopper XEdit

  • This marked the second time that Chopper vs. Chopper was played in Versus in GTA. It also marked the second time that Michael has been involved in Chopper vs. Chopper, but unlike the first time that this game mode was played in GTA IV, he was unsuccessful in winning the title.
  • At the end of the game, Michael was approximately 0.3 miles away from winning until Ryan shot at the ground with the helicopter, causing Michael to run into the explosion, killing him instantly, and costing him the victory.
  • Unlike the first time where the rules were that the motorcycle must pass all of the checkpoints while avoiding the helicopter in order to end the game, the person must head to the designated location with the "Puddin' Pops" in tow to end it (Either with a helicopter or a motorcycle).
  • All three rounds ended with a person delivering the "Puddin' Pops" with the helicopter.
  • Ryan's victory means that he is now tied with Ray for the most wins with 23.

VS Reset 2: Mini-GolfEdit

  • This marked the second time that a Versus Reset Episode took place. It also marked the two-year anniversary of the series.
  • Ryan's victory means that he now has the most victories with 24; however, he still has the second-best win-loss percentage since he has 17 losses to Ray's 16.
  • Michael became the second person to lose a second consecutive episode of Versus (The first being Ryan).
  • This marked the first time that Jeremy and Matt have participated as competitors.
  • The new order was determined from the person who had the least amount of strokes to the greatest: (Ryan, Gavin, Matt, Michael, Jack, Lindsay, Ray, and Jeremy).
  • At the beginning of the episode, Geoff stated that he will no longer compete so that Jeremy and Matt will have a chance at the title (until Episode 118 when Geoff inserted himself back into the rotation between Lindsay and Jeremy); also, Geoff flubbed the intro when he stated that this was Episode 105, which in reality this was Episode 104. Geoff also flubbed Lindsay's name at the end, originally calling her 'Lindsay Tuggey' when in fact she had taken on Michael's last name when she married him.
  • Ryan and Gavin both ended in a tie for first place so first and second place was determined by a shoot-out in which whose ball was closest to the hole in the 'Skateboarding Rabbit Hole', as well as Matt and Michael, who had to settle it out for third and fourth place.
  • Ryan somehow managed to overcome the odds to retain the belt, in which he only had a 12.50% chance (a 1 in 8 shot) to successfully defend it.
  • Gavin almost won the title when he was literally an inch away from Ryan's ball in the shoot-out.
  • Ryan and Gavin tied with 22 strokes, followed by Matt and Michael with 23, then Jack with 25, Lindsay with 26, Ray with 27, and Jeremy with 33. Ray claimed his seventh place was in part due to difficulties on Hole 6 while Jeremy just plain struggled throughout.
  • Taking advantage of an increased range of fashion options compared to her all-male competition, Lindsay participated in ballet flats whereas golf normally is a sport where sneakers (like all but Ray, who wore his usual Vans-type variant, were wearing) are the lone shoes to appear.
  • Michael gained a hole-in-one on one of the holes, though it was aided by a bump from Lindsay's own first shot.
  • One of Ryan's shots on the 'Shoe Hole' was a la pool as his golf ball had gotten stuck under the shoe.
  • On one hole, Ray managed to drain his ball in one shot; Gavin attempted to do the same, only for it to bounce off the rim, causing him to yell at his ball (Had Gavin gotten a hole-in-one in that hole, he would've won the belt from Ryan).
  • During the tiebreaker for third place, Matt cleared the obstacle on his first shot while Michael failed to do so in two (he never hit his ball the first time).
  • All of Jack's shots were not shown and were edited out throughout the entirety of the episode.

Ryan vs. Gavin: Need for Speed with RC CarsEdit

  • Go-Pros were attached on top of each RC car, which Gavin actually installed before the game began.
  • On one of the obstacles, the cars had to go into the live-action offices, which Gavin and Ryan cannot go into since people were working in there, so they had to maneuver and locate their cars by peeking at the windows.
  • Ryan had this race won until the very end where he was about to cross the finish line (the entrance door to the Achievement Hunter office), he started showboating and he took so much time by walking to the finish line that he accidentally turned his car slightly away from the door, which paved the way for Gavin to pull out the comeback victory.
  • This marked the fourth time in Versus history that Ryan was only able to hold onto the belt for three weeks.
  • Throughout the episode, Geoff was holding the exact microphone that was used for filming AHWU every Monday.

Gavin vs. Matt: Dragon Ball - XenoVerseEdit

  • This was the first time ever that Gavin and Matt faced off.
  • This marked the first time ever that Matt won the belt since the Mini-Golf Reset, in which it only took him two episodes to win the belt for the first time.
  • Matt easily won due to Gavin's lack of experience and knowledge of the Dragon Ball series.
  • Actor-writer Colton Dunn from hit comedy shows Key & Peele, Parks and Recreation, and Rooster Teeth movie Lazer Team made a special guest appearance during the episode.
  • Matt chose this game as he wore a Dragon Ball Z Kame symbol T-Shirt, along with a black belt tied around his waist.
  • Before the second round, Gavin picked a really bad character (Appule) which led to him getting ridiculed by everyone in the office, especially by Michael and Ryan who are actual fans of the Dragon Ball series. Once Gavin realized it when the round began, he decided to change it to Cell at the last second.

Matt vs. Michael: Virtua Tennis 3Edit

  • This was the first time ever that Matt and Michael faced off.
  • Michael's original choice was Top Spin 2; however, Ryan already had chosen that game against Gavin in Episode 19, so he changed it to Virtua Tennis 3 instead.
  • Instead of the original rules where Gavin and Ryan played best of three sets, Matt and Michael played best of three games, first to one set wins.

Michael vs. Jack: Cabela's African AdventuresEdit

  • This was the first time that Michael and Jack faced since Episode 54.
  • One of Geoff's favorite gaming series that he has played throughout his lifetime besides Peggle is Cabela's, ironically however, he was absent for this episode.
  • This marked the first time that Michael successfully defended the belt since Episode 56.

Michael vs. Lindsay: Air HockeyEdit

  • Since that this was the second time that he has fought Lindsay, Michael decided to wear the same exact black "Wife-Beater" that he wore when he first fought against her.
  • Unlike the first time they've faced off, Michael was able to defeat Lindsay.
  • Michael tied the score between him and Lindsay (1-1).
  • This was the first time that Michael and Lindsay faced off since Episode 57.
  • This was the first time ever that Michael and Lindsay faced off against each other as a married couple since Lindsay has now taken Michael's last name (Jones).
  • This marked the second time in Versus where two competitors faced off in an arcade-related real-life game, the first time was in Episode 15 where Ray and Jack faced off in the Crane Game.

Michael vs. Ray: Handball Challenge 14Edit

  • This marked the first time that Ray has beaten Michael since Episode 12.
  • Ray's victory over Michael means that he is now tied with Ryan for the most wins with 24.
  • Ray's victory also means that he now has the most title reigns with 12.

Ray vs. Jeremy: Crash Team RacingEdit

  • This was the first time ever that Ray and Jeremy faced off.
  • This marked the first time that a PS1 game was used as a game of choice.
  • This marked the first time that Jeremy won the belt since losing in the Mini-Golf Reset, which it only took him seven episodes to win the belt.
  • Jeremy became the sixth person to defeat Ray.
  • This marked the second time in Versus where the "Technical Difficulties" music was played. The first time was in Episode 59 between Lindsay and Jack.
  • This episode marked Ray's final appearance in Versus.

Jeremy vs. Ryan: Rayman Legends - Kung FootEdit

  • This was the first time ever that Jeremy and Ryan faced off.
  • Unlike the original Rayman Legends Let's Play, Jeremy and Ryan played Kung Foot mode.
  • Despite the fact that Ryan has never played Kung Foot Mode with another player, he still beat Jeremy.
  • With Ryan's victory, he is now tied with Ray for the most title reigns with 12, and he now has the most victories with 25.

Ryan vs. Gavin: Trivial Pursuit Live!Edit

  • Gavin had a slight advantage that he has played this game before on the two Let's Plays of this game, while Ryan had never played it before.
  • This marked the second time that a trivia game was chosen. This also marked the second time that Ryan has been involved in a trivia-related episode of Versus. The first time was when Jack challenged Ryan in You Don't Know Jack in Episode 51.
  • During the game, Jack bet Geoff twenty dollars that Phillip K. Dick's novel Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? was adapted into the movie, A.I. (Little did he know that the movie was in fact Blade Runner). Ultimately, Jack was wrong and he had to pay Geoff ten dollars since Geoff paid Jack ten dollars due to unknown reasons.

Gavin vs. Matt: Brütal LegendEdit

  • Matt had a slight advantage over Gavin due to the fact that he had already perfected this game a few years back despite not playing it for a long time while Gavin had never played the game before.

Matt vs. Michael: Planet MinigolfEdit

  • Michael had a significant advantage to this game since he has played the two 3d Ultra Minigolf games during the Let's Play.

Michael vs. Jack: BowlingEdit

  • Unlike the first two times that they have faced off, Jack was able to defeat Michael.
  • This marked the seventh time that the title changed hands after one week, which is currently a record.

Jack vs. Lindsay: Naruto Shippuden - Ultimate Ninja Storm 2Edit

  • Lindsay had a significant advantage of playing this game since she, along with Michael, was a fan of the Naruto series.
  • This marked the eighth week in a row that the title had changed hands after one week.

Lindsay vs. Geoff: Beer Drinking in BerlinEdit

  • This marked the first time that Lindsay and Geoff faced off since Episode 100.
  • This currently marks the shortest episode of Versus, being 3 minutes and 21 seconds long.
  • Lindsay was supposed to be challenged by Jeremy, but was then challenged by Geoff instead, marking his first time competing in a Versus since Episode 100.
  • This marked the first time that Geoff has won the belt and has beaten Lindsay since Episode 72.
  • With Geoff's victory, the title has now changed hands between EVERY member of Achievement Hunter in the rotation within 9 weeks.

Lindsay vs. Jeremy: Screen CheatEdit

  • This marked the first time ever that Lindsay and Jeremy faced off.
  • Jeremy was originally going to challenge Lindsay for the title, but now he was supposed to challenge Geoff for the title instead since Geoff won the belt from Lindsay. However, Geoff decided to relinquish the belt, move back to his hosting duties and give Lindsay the chance to redeem herself from last week.
  • Lindsay's loss means that she became the third person to lose back-to-back episodes of Versus.
  • This marked the first time ever that the title changed hands TWICE in one week (Geoff relinquishing the belt to Lindsay and Jeremy winning the belt from Lindsay).

Jeremy vs. Ryan: PorcunipineEdit

  • Unlike the first time that they've faced off, Jeremy was able to defeat Ryan.
  • This marked the first time that Ryan has lost as a challenger since Episode 53.
  • With Jeremy's victory, not only he tied the score between him and Ryan (1-1), he also now has the best win-loss percentage (60.00%).
  • This marked the first time in 11 weeks that the champion was able to retain the title.

Jeremy vs. Gavin: Pool Nation FXEdit

  • This marked the first time ever that Jeremy and Gavin faced off.
  • After the episode aired, Gavin became the first person to have fought against EVERYONE in the rotation at least once.
  • Gavin picked this game as an attempt to avenge his Bankshot Billiards 2 loss against Ryan where he accidentally scratched the 8-ball into the pocket which caused him to automatically lose.
  • Jeremy's victory means that he is now tied with Ryan, Michael and Lindsay for the third longest winning streak (3 weeks in a row).
  • Both Jeremy and Gavin had a fair advantage in the fact that they both had never played the game before.
  • This marked the first time that Gavin has lost as a challenger since Episode 83.

Jeremy vs. Matt: Spyro 2 - Ripto's RageEdit

  • This marked the first time that Jeremy and Matt will face off.
  • Jeremy and Matt were playing on the Trouble with the Trolley mission with five-star difficulty.
  • Matt chose this game as a flashback to the first time he and Jeremy met while playing this game.
  • Jeremy's loss means that he no longer has the best win-loss percentage (57.14%).

Matt vs. Michael: KeyballEdit

  • This marked the third time in a row that Matt has held on to the belt for only one week, and just like the previous two times, he has lost the belt to Michael.

Michael vs. Jack: Space DuelEdit

  • This marked the first time in Versus that a game of choice was played on the Atari Flashback.
  • Unlike the previous time they've faced off, Michael was able to defeat Jack.

Michael vs. Lindsay: Hat TrickEdit

  • This was the tiebreaker round between Michael and Lindsay.
  • In the beginning of the video, Michael stated that they filmed this a week before the intro of this week's episode was filmed.
  • Michael broke the tie between him and Lindsay (2-1).

Michael vs. Jeremy: Duel with Explosive PoppersEdit

  • This was the first time ever that Michael and Jeremy faced off.
  • This also marked the first time after an almost four week hiatus that a Versus episode was released.
  • This marked the second time that an episode of Versus was released on a day other than Thursday (This episode was released on a Wednesday).
  • Jeremy's victory means that he now has the best win-loss percentage (62.50%).
  • Michael became the second person to have fought against EVERYONE in Achievement Hunter (The other person being Gavin).

Jeremy vs. Ryan: GodzillaEdit

  • This was the tiebreaker round between Jeremy and Ryan.
  • Ryan chose this game for Versus as they were supposed to do a Let's Play on it, but couldn't because the game in general was really bad.
  • Despite having a disadvantage of never playing the game before, Jeremy was able to defeat Ryan.
  • Jeremy broke the tie between him and Ryan (2-1).

Jeremy vs. Gavin: Perfect DarkEdit

  • Both Jeremy and Gavin had a fair advantage that they have never played the game before.
  • Gavin's loss means that he is now tied with Geoff for the most losses as a challenger with 10.

Jeremy vs. Matt: BB Droid RaceEdit

  • Unlike the first time they've faced off, Jeremy was able to defeat Matt.
  • Jeremy tied the score between him and Matt (1-1).
  • With Jeremy's victory, he is now tied with Gavin for the second longest winning streak (4 weeks in a row).
  • This marked the first time that Matt has lost as a challenger.

Jeremy vs. Michael: Chubby PumpkinEdit

  • This marked the first time an episode of Versus was released on a Saturday.
  • Jeremy and Michael were playing the Chubby Bunny challenge, but with Jack-o-Lantern Peeps marshmallows.
  • Jeremy's victory means that he is now tied with Ray for the longest winning streak (5 weeks in a row).
  • This marked the first time Michael has lost as a challenger since Episode 103.

Jeremy vs. Jack: Blindfold Eating ContestEdit

  • This marked first time ever that Jeremy and Jack faced off.
  • Jack "gave up" moments after he only ate three carrots and a piece of celery, but Jeremy kept eating until the end of the contest. However, it turned out to be a big ruse when Jeremy found out that he got pranked, or "Shenaniganed" as Michael quoted, by the entire office.
  • Jack was so stumped on what challenge he wanted to challenge Jeremy to, that Lindsay had to pick the game for him.
  • Jeremy's victory means that he now has the longest winning streak (6 weeks in a row).
  • This marked the second time in a row where the game of choice was a food type of game.

Jeremy vs. Lindsay: Blindfolded Inflatable CockfightingEdit

  • This marked the second episode in a row where a game of choice involved blindfolds.
  • The first round ended in a draw, and the rest of the rounds took place without the blindfolds.

Jeremy vs. Ryan: Evade VREdit

  • This was the first VS of 2016.
  • This marked a second time that a game was chosen for the Oculus Rift.
  • Ryan chose this game in honor of the official release of the Oculus.
  • Ryan tied the score between him and Jeremy (2-2).
  • Jeremy's streak ended at 7 weeks, giving him the longest undefeated streak as of right now.
  • Even though Jeremy lost, he still has the best win-loss percentage (73.33%).

Ryan vs. Gavin: ???Edit

  • This will be the 13th time that Ryan and Gavin will face off (14th time overall).
  • Just like the previous time they've faced off, Ryan is the champion and Gavin is the challenger.
  • If Gavin loses, he will have the most losses as a challenger with 11.

Staff TriviaEdit

Michael JonesEdit

  • Michael was the first Versus Champion.
  • Michael was the first person to unsuccessfully defend the belt.
  • Michael is currently one of the six people who have been able to defeat Ray, the others being Jack, Geoff, Lindsay, Gavin and Jeremy.
  • Michael is currently one of three people who have beaten Ray when he was a challenger, the other people being Geoff and Gavin.
  • Michael currently has never beaten Ryan as a champion in an episode of Versus; however, he has never legitimately beaten Ryan as both a champion and a challenger in an episode of Versus as evidenced in Episode 96 where Michael had only defeated Ryan on a technicality.
  • Michael is currently one of six people who have managed to win at least 3 weeks in a row, the others being Gavin, Ryan, Ray, Lindsay and Jeremy.
  • Michael currently has the longest losing streak, losing 6 consecutive weeks in a row.
  • Michael is currently one of three people to have lost back-to-back episodes of Versus (The others being Ryan, who is the one responsible for Michael's back-to-back episodes of Versus losses in Episodes 103 and 104, and Lindsay).
  • Michael is currently one of two people who have the most losses against a single person, having been defeated by Ryan 8 times. The other person, ironically, is Ryan, having been defeated by Gavin 8 times (one of those losses came from the 3-way Versus in Episode 97).
  • Michael is currently one of two people who have fought against EVERYONE at least once (The other person being Gavin).

Gavin FreeEdit

  • Gavin failed to win the belt multiple times until he finally won it for the first time in Episode 18 by defeating none other than Michael.
  • Gavin is currently one of six people who have managed to win at least 3 weeks in a row, the others being Michael, Ryan, Ray, Lindsay and Jeremy.
  • Gavin became the first person to not defend the belt in an episode of Versus when Ray, who was supposed to challenge him in Episode 91, was absent. Ironically, he would subsequently be absent the following episode, losing the belt to Ray by default, marking the first time ever that this has happened.
  • Gavin became the first person to win the belt while competing against both of the previous episode's participants, when a technicality entered Ryan into the face-off between Gavin and Michael in Episode 97.
  • Gavin is currently one of three people who have beaten Ray when he was a challenger, the other people being Geoff and Michael.
  • Gavin is currently one of the six people who have been able to defeat Ray, the others being Jack, Geoff, Michael, Lindsay and Jeremy.
  • Gavin usually displays a good amount of poor sportsmanship when he loses an episode of Versus such as him throwing a controller (Episode 26), and him kicking the two belts and the rooster trophy to the winner (Episode 99).
  • Gavin is currently one of two people who have the most wins against a single person, having beaten Ryan 8 times. The other person, ironically, is Ryan, having beaten Michael 8 times.
  • Gavin is currently one of two people who have fought against EVERYONE at least once (The other person being Michael).
  • Gavin is currently tied with Geoff for having the most losses as a challenger, losing 10 games that he has chosen.

Ryan HaywoodEdit

  • Most of the games Ryan has picked were old school games.
  • Ryan currently has never lost to Michael as a challenger in an episode of Versus.
  • Ryan is currently one of three people who has a positive win-loss record with 26W-21L. The others being Ray and Jeremy.
  • Ryan is currently one of six people who have managed to win at least 3 weeks in a row, the others being Michael, Gavin, Ray, Lindsay and Jeremy.
  • Ryan currently has the longest winning streak as a challenger, winning 8 consecutive games of his choice.
  • Ryan currently has the most wins in the series with 26.
  • Ryan is currently one of two people who have the most wins against a single person, having beaten Michael 8 times. The other person is Gavin, having ironically beaten Ryan 8 times.
  • Ryan currently has been in more Versus episodes (game-wise) than anyone else, appearing 47 times as of now.
  • Ryan became the first person to lose the belt unfairly, as Geoff misread the rules in Episode 96; he lost it to Michael, against whom he had been undefeated up until that point. As a result of this technicality, he was entered into the matchup in Episode 97, but was unsuccessful in winning the belt back. (fortunately for him, Michael lost as well despite getting a better score than Ryan).
  • Ryan is currently one of three people to have lost back-to-back episodes of Versus at least once (The others being Michael and Lindsay). Ironically, both losses were to the same competitor in both cases (Ryan lost Episodes 52 and 53 to Jack, and Episodes 96 and 97 to Michael and Gavin respectfully [Michael got a better score than Ryan in Episode 97]). He is also one of only two people to defeat the same competitor in back-to-back episodes (having beaten Michael in Episodes 103 and 104), the other person being Jack.
  • Ryan became the first person to successfully retain the belt in a Reset Episode, in which he had to beat seven other competitors to defend it outright (He almost did it in the first Reset in Episode 52, only for him to lose the belt to Jack).
  • Ryan currently has the most title reigns with 13.

Jack PattilloEdit

  • Jack was the first person to successfully defend the belt.
  • Jack is currently one of the six people that have been able to defeat Ray, the others being Geoff, Michael, Lindsay, Gavin and Jeremy.
  • Jack is currently the only person to challenge Ryan to a PC game, which is Ryan's main choice of platform.
  • Jack is currently one of only two people to win a game that has previously been played before in Versus (two Typing of the Dead: Overkill victories against Ryan and Ray, as the defending champion and as a challenger respectfully). The other person being Lindsay (three Dead or Alive 5 wins versus Geoff, all as the defending champion).
  • Jack's Versus Character Art pose is based on Zangief's Character Select Screen Art in Street Fighter IV.
  • Jack is one of two people to defeat the same competitor in back-to-back episodes of Versus, defeating Ryan in Episodes 52 and 53 (as the back two episodes of a three-episode Jack vs. Ryan stretch with the first Versus Reset [Episode 52] in the middle). The other person being, ironically, Ryan (Episodes 103 and 104 [Versus Reset 2], against Michael).

Geoff RamseyEdit

  • Geoff's game of choice has been mostly fishing games.
  • Geoff practiced for his first game of choice, Sega Bass Fishing, by actually going fishing. He got a sunburn as a result.
  • Geoff, Michael, Gavin, and Lindsay (later on in the series) were the only competitors to lose the first time they were challengers. Unlike Gavin and Michael, Geoff, along with Lindsay, won the second time while Gavin and Michael lost multiple times. Gavin would finally win the belt in Episode 18, while Michael regained it in Episode 17 after losing it in Episode 2.
  • Geoff currently holds the title of choosing the oldest game to ever be played in Versus (Flash Gorillas).
  • Geoff is currently one of the six people that have been able to defeat Ray, the others being Jack, Michael, Lindsay, Gavin and Jeremy.
  • Geoff is currently one of three people who have beaten Ray when he was a challenger, the other people being Michael and Gavin.
  • Geoff currently has the least amount of title defenses, having defended the title only once as of now.
  • Geoff is currently the only person who has chosen the same EXACT game choice more than once. (Dead or Alive 5 in Episodes 56, 86 and 100; all three resulted in shut-out losses to defending champion Lindsay).
  • Geoff is currently tied with Gavin for having the most losses as a challenger, losing 10 games that he has chosen.
  • Geoff stated in Episode 104 that he will no longer competing in Versus. But in Episode 118, he came out of Versus retirement as a one-time thing when he inserted himself back into the rotation between Lindsay and Jeremy.
  • Geoff currently has the longest dry streak with 46 episodes, having not won an episode of Versus since Episode 72 before finally winning back the belt when he came out of Versus retirement for only one week in Episode 118 against Lindsay as a sudden, last-minute replacement.

Ray Narvaez Jr.Edit

  • Ray currently has only lost three games where he was a challenger (Episodes 40, 56 and 98).
  • Ray's average title reign lasts 4-6 weeks, as shown in the past. However, he won the belt in Episode 22 and held it for only one week before being defeated by Michael in Episode 23.
  • Ray is currently one of three people who has a positive win-loss record with 24W-17L. The others being Ryan and Jeremy.
  • Ray currently has the most title defenses, having defended the title 13 times as of now.
  • Ray currently has never lost to Ryan as a champion and a challenger in an Episode of Versus.
  • Ray currently has never lost to Gavin as a champion in an Episode of Versus.
  • Ray is currently one of six people who have managed to win at least 3 weeks in a row, the others being Michael, Gavin, Ryan, Lindsay and Jeremy.
  • Ray became the first person to win the title by default, winning the belt in Episode 92 from Gavin, who was absent.  Ironically, Ray himself was absent the episode before it, when he was originally supposed to challenge Gavin. He also became the first person to win and successfully defend the belt in the same week. This also happened in Episode 92.
  • As of the end of Episode 110, Ray is no longer competing in Versus since he has left the company.

Lindsay JonesEdit

  • Lindsay is the first staff member to be added since the creation of the show, appearing in Episode 49 as a new challenger against Gavin.
  • Lindsay failed to win the belt in her first challenge and in the Reset episode before winning it for the first time in Episode 57 by defeating her now married husband, Michael.
  • Lindsay is currently one of the six people that have been able to defeat Ray, the others being Jack, Geoff, Michael, Gavin and Jeremy.
  • Lindsay's Versus Character Art pose is based on Yun's Character Select Screen Art in Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition.
  • Lindsay, Gavin, Geoff, and Michael were the only competitors to lose the first time they were challengers. Unlike Gavin and Michael, Lindsay, along with Geoff, won the second time while Gavin and Michael lost multiple times. Gavin would finally win the belt in Episode 18, while Michael regained it in Episode 17 after losing it in Episode 2.
  • Lindsay is currently one of six people who have managed to win at least 3 weeks in a row, the others being Michael, Gavin, Ryan, Ray and Lindsay.
  • Lindsay is one of two people to win multiple episodes of Versus in the same game, with three title defenses in Dead or Alive 5 against Geoff. The other person being Jack, with one title defense in Typing of the Dead: Overkill against Ryan, and one title victory in the same game against Ray.
  • Due to being the only female competitor in Versus, Lindsay has a much larger range of outfit options than the rest of her all-male competition; notably, she competed in the second Versus Reset wearing ballet flats while participating in a game of Mini-Golf.
  • Lindsay is currently one of three people who have lost back-to-back episodes of Versus, the others being Michael and Ryan. Unlike Michael and Ryan, her back-to-back losses were to different competitors (Geoff in Episode 118 and Jeremy in Episode 119).

Jeremy DooleyEdit

  • Jeremy is the second staff member to be added since the creation of the show, appearing in the Mini-Golf Reset along with Matt.
  • Jeremy won the belt for the first time in his first challenge since losing in the Mini-Golf Reset by defeating none other than Ray in Episode 111.
  • Jeremy is currently one of the six people who have been able to defeat Ray, the others being Jack, Geoff, Michael, Lindsay and Gavin.
  • Jeremy is currently one of three people who has a positive win-loss record with 11W-4L. The others being Ray and Ryan.
  • Jeremy is currently one of six people who have managed to win at least 3 weeks in a row, the others being Michael, Gavin, Ryan, Ray and Lindsay.
  • Jeremy currently has the longest winning streak and the best win-loss percentage.
  • Jeremy is currently one of three people who have fought against EVERYONE in the rotation at least once, the others being Gavin and Michael.

Matt BraggEdit

  • Matt is the third staff member to be added since the creation of the show, appearing in the Mini-Golf Reset along with Jeremy.
  • Matt won the belt for the first time in his first challenge since losing in the Mini-Golf Reset by easily defeating Gavin in Episode 106.
  • Matt is currently the only person who has yet to successfully defend the belt.

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