FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
1. What is Triviality?
Triviality is like a quiz show you play at your local pub or restaurant. Our live hosts ask the questions and do the scoring, all you have to do is get a team together and come on down to join the fun!
2. Is there an entrance fee?
Not at all, there is no entrance fee of any kind, but do keep in mind that the venue is paying for us to be there so if you enjoy the game, support the venue, buy a few drinks or maybe even plan to have dinner there. That way we can entertain you there for years to come!
3. Do I have to join some kind of league?
Nope, Just show up and play, it’s a simple as that. We have no limit on the size of team that can play.
4. Is Triviality a difficult quiz?
That is somewhat subjective because each individual player has their strengths and weaknesses. Triviality starts off easy and gets a little more difficult in each subsequent round. We try to offer a wide range of fun and challenging questions. We never want anyone to feel like they are taking the SAT’s. We don’t do theme rounds we just draw from every possible area. Movies, Sports, Pop Culture, Science, History… it’s all in there.
5. What's Triviality format like?
Triviality consists of 8 games of six questions apiece. Plus two bonus questions and our Final Wager, where you can bet it all, or bet nothing, or anything in between
6. Where can I play Triviality?
Please see our map of locations.
7. Are you looking for new Triviality hosts?
Always! Please fill out our online application or contact email@example.com or call 905-814-1776.
8. Are you looking for question writers?
Yes, but we have high standards. Send inquiries to our editing team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
1. What does the host pub need to provide?
Not much. Triviality provides all that’s necessary to run the game – answer sheets, pencils, posters and table tents. We tap into your existing sound system or, in some cases, bring in our own equipment. Our venues provide the prizes – typically gift certificates redeemable on another night. Apart from that we really just need you to talk the quiz up to your regulars, keep our posters up, and keep the taps flowing on quiz night.
2. How long does it take to build a crowd?
That is a matter of consistent effort and getting the word out. Each location will be different in this regard.
3. How do we decide the time and night of the week?
Tuesdays and Wednesdays and Thursdays are by far the most popular nights of the week. Mondays can work well in some cases. Friday, Saturday and even Sundays can work depending on the type of establishment and we are always happy to discuss your individual situation and make recommendations.