Part of teaching analytics to a large group of students in a single classroom is finding a topic that all students have interest, engaging students to ask questions about the topic, and encouraging them to investigate their own interests. These three objectives create a difficult task for the instructor with a diverse audience. One approach is to create a decision-making situation where students must use data to make optimal choices. Games provide an interesting scenario for the students to practice decision-making, investigation, statistical analysis, and interpretation where all the students are familiar. Since all the students participated in the game, they are equally familiar with the domain under study and can ask each other about their strategies and decisions after the game. This immediate discussion leads to many opportunities for the use of analytics. The students not only have opportunities to practice the mathematical and computer programming skills in analytics but also forming a hypothesis, writing research questions, interpreting results, and drawing conclusions as individuals and in a team environment.