Remote's Gametime is the original version of the reboot. For the reboot version, see Remote Gaming.

Remote's Gametime (RGT) is an American game show, first aired on June 19, 1992 at Nickelodeon Studios in Orlando, Florida.


The game show would start off with a greeting such as "Hey everyone! Welcome back to another episode with loads of challenges and tons of fun." for returning episodes after the first one, said by either the host or co-host.

It would then show any contestant(s) that have decided to play, as then the host and co-host give instructions and tells the player what challenge they have to complete.

The contestant has 1 minute to complete 20 rounds of each challenge. Challenges can include obstacle courses, tug of war, racing, guessing games, etc., and if the contestant wins, they earn $5 million USD.

At the end of the challenges, they spend the rest of the episode playing video games and telling jokes, and at the end of the episode, the co-host usually says " Welp, that's all for today's show. See you all soon!" as the ending credits roll.

Channel airing handover

On September 28, 2004, Nickelodeon Studios switched the game show over to be produced at LeapFrog studios in San Tan Valley, Arizona, since that Nickelodeon Studios was losing money.

LeapFrog accepted the handover and the show was temporarily cancelled until January 6, 2005, when Remote's Gametime re-aired on television.


In November 2007, Nickelodeon and Leap Inc. announced that RGT was going to get cancelled next year because the 2 companies focused on cleaning up the old Nickelodeon Studios buildings.

The final episode of Remote's Gametime aired on February 5, 2008, as 8 months later, both channels aired reruns of the show.


On May 24, 2020 at 8:40 AM PST, Leap Inc. announced that a possible reboot of Remote's Gametime would come.

It was said that the show will be returning on July 2, and would be shot at Gumball Studios in Gumballland instead of LeapFrog studios.

Reboot show name

On June 28, 2020 at 9:00 PM MST, LeapFrog announced the name for the reboot version of Remote's Gametime, which is called Remote Gaming.

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