How it Works
Face off against other companies while you connect, bond, and work together as a team playing online trivia.
Step 1: Register your team.
First, find out who’s interested in playing. Then complete our simple registration form. The team captain (whoever registers your team) is responsible for getting each player signed up as well as receiving important information throughout the season.
Don’t worry if you don’t know your team size yet, an approximation is fine!
Step 2: Get the schedule.
Everyone gets an email on Mondays with the schedule for the week. It includes which teams are playing who and a link to add the event to your calendar.
While two companies face off with each other for scoring purposes, they don’t have to be on the same call. Winners are decided at the end of the week regardless of when you play.
Some teams pick the same time each week and whoever is available plays. Other teams take a poll to see what time works best for the most people each week. Or your team can break off into smaller groups, play at different times, and have your scores combined. Play when it’s most convenient for you!
Step 3: Time for trivia
Trivia is done on Zoom, includes 5 rounds of questions on a variety of categories and lasts about 45 minutes.
There is a live host present each week who is responsible for reading the questions, but the majority of the time is spent with teams in breakout rooms discussing the questions and socializing. After 4 minutes, everyone comes back together and gets the answers to the previous round, along with the next round’s questions.
Step 4: Secure bragging rights
Each Friday of the season, the results of the head-to-head matchups are sent via email along with some other info from the week such as what question was the hardest, and the current standings.
At the end of the season, the team with the best record is named the season champs!
Then the only question is if you want to play again. In our experience, most players do!
Ready to play?
Add a little spice to your team’s virtual happy hour and get everyone to bring the same team spirit to your next strategy meeting that they had trying to remember when the Roman Empire fell.