On all international versions of the show (except for Brazil, Canada, and India), teams play for points rather than cash due to specific laws stating that contestants under the age of 18 cannot win cash on a game show.
|Australia||Double Dare||Gerry Sont
Larry Emdur (family version)
|Brazil||Passa ou Repassa||Silvio Santos
|Canada (French)||Double Défi||Gilles Payer||Gino Chouinard||TVA||1989–1991|
|Germany||Drops!||Sat.1||April 1991 – 1993|
|India||Nick Dum Duma Dum||Vrajesh Hirjee||Nickelodeon India||2004|
|Netherlands||DD Show||Norbert Netten||Toine Stapelkamp||TROS||1989–1990|
|United Kingdom||Double Dare, as a segment of Going Live||Peter Simon||Nick Wilton||BBC||1987–1992|
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