- Vine’s creators are behind HQ Trivia, a singular trivia-style app that around 60,000 people play twice a day.
- HQ Trivia is run like a diversion show, with dual live game sessions any day during 3pm ET and 6pm ET. Winners are allotted genuine money prizes, and it’s giveaway to participate.
HQ Trivia is fast apropos one of a many buzz-worthy gaming apps on a market: a trivia-styled, fast-paced mashup of ‘Who Wants to Be a Millionaire’ and ‘Jeopardy’ for a internet age.
HQ Trivia doesn’t work like other gaming apps we competence have played: it’s giveaway to play, though hands out genuine money prizes if we win. Another large disproportion from its competition is that you can’t play whenever you’d like: You can usually play HQ Trivia twice a day, when a app streams a video with a live diversion uncover host who rattles off questions in genuine time opposite a swirling polka-dot background
HQ triviaThe app sends pull notifications when a diversion is about to start; everyday during 3 p.m. ET and 9 p.m ET. There’s a countdown, and afterwards a round begins with a array of multiple-choice questions that pull from chronological events, literary devices, luminary knowledge, and more. The few times we played, we wasn’t means to get over a fifth question, though other players were luckier: one diversion divvied adult $1,000 between 8 winners (that’s $125 per person), and a app’s co-founder, Rus Yusupov, has skeleton to adult a ante. “I’d adore to give divided a million dollars someday,” Yusupov told Business Insider.
This isn’t Yusupov’s initial incursion into video apps ― he was a pivotal actor in a growth of Vine in 2012. One of Vine’s co-founders, Colin Kroll, also assimilated Yusupov’s try into gaming, and Yusupov says a hype surrounding HQ Trivia is identical to a success Vine gifted early on.
You’ll typically find about 60,000 players tuning into a singular diversion on HQ Trivia, with varying money prizes awarded.
Here’s how HQ Trivia works: