Trivie Partners With Snoop Dogg, Sara Evans & More
Fri, 21 Jun 2013 15:13:00
Trivie, Inc., the makers of "Battle of Wits," one of the most highly rated trivia games in the App Store, announced its mobile publishing platform called "Trivie Spotlight" along with several new partnerships including TV shows from FOX, entertainers such as Snoop Dogg, Sara Evans, sports' legends like Sugar Ray Leonard, print media and online publications such as Billboard, Little Brown & Co. Bartlett's Quotes.
Trivie's patent-pending platform enables brands to quickly and easily create officially licensed trivia apps to connect with their fans directly through exciting knowledge-filled game play. Trivie worked closely with each brand to develop thousands of customized trivia questions and re-skinned the app's look and feel in alignment with their brands' IP – while delivering these games through Trivie's storefront. Essentially, Trivie has created the app store for trivia.
Most of these apps are available for free download from iTunes.
Snoop Dogg said, "You can now play a game about everything there is to know about me, and my music. I bet you'll be surprised by how much you may already know."
New Trivie apps that music fans will be interested are as follows:
Snoop Dogg – By answering Snoop's questions, fans can discover little-known facts about one of the world's most famous rappers, ranging from "Debuting at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 and R&B charts, what is the name of Snoop Dogg's first album?" to "After experiencing a spiritual awakening in Jamaica, Snoop announced he was what music legend reincarnated?"
Sara Evans – Sara's game features exclusive trivia and little-known facts about her journey from Midwestern farm girl to multi-platinum recording artist. Her questions include "Sara Evans competed for the mirror ball trophy on what ABC reality show?" "Sara Evans burst onto the country scene in 1997 with what debut album?" and "Sara Evans' hit single "Suds in the Bucket" was released in what year?"
Billboard Magazine Hot 100 – Billboard's Hot 100 app tests your music genius from the British Invasion to the Harlem Shake. Fans can show off their knowledge and discover fun facts from decades of Hot 100 hits with questions such as "What indie act had its first No. 1 song on the Hot 100 with "Thrift Shop" in 2013?" and "Maroon 5's 2012 hit song shared its name with what obsolete communication device?"
Billboard R&B/Hip-Hop – With this game, fans can show off their love and knowledge of R&B and Hip-Hop while challenging their friends to prove mastery of music trivia from old school classics to today's chart-toppers. Questions vary from "Whose debut studio album, ‘Channel Orange,' hit No. 1 on the R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart in 2012?" to "What rapper was once part of the group Soul Intent in the mid-'90s?"
Billboard Country – Country music fans can show off their smarts by answering questions based on fun facts from country legends and today's superstars. Questions encompass industry awards, "In 2013, what band collected its third No. 1 on Billboard's Country Songs chart with "Better Dig Two"? to artist-specific, "Who is the only artist to have a No. 1 song with two different recorded versions of the same song?"
There are a slew more, so check 'em out!
What are you favorite apps?