Too many countries!
The category of Final Jeopardy was Geographic Terms. The clue was "This region that includes several countries got its name because the colonizers spoke Spanish, French, and Portuguese." I guessed the right answer (Latin America), but the reason I was a bit hesitant was that tricky word "several".
I'm aware that for many people "several" can be six or even seven. The dictionary (Merriam-Webster's Unabridged) rather
2 a : more than one b : consisting of an indefinite number more than two and fewer than manyBut there are twenty countries in Latin America. Twenty! Surely that's more than "several".
("many" they define as "a large but indefinite number")
ps - It occurs to me that they may be using MWU's first definition, the "separate, distinct" meaning. But I doubt it - this is the Teen Tournament, not Champions, and that would be too tricky. Besides, who really talks about "several countries" in that meaning?