Virtual Trivia Night
The theme for September 29th is “Fantasy”!
Secret City Adventures’ Trivia Night is a virtual experience with a live host, playable anywhere from your mobile phone. Compete with your teams to reach the top of the leaderboard! Step into Secret City’s virtual game studio for 60 minutes of competitive fun.
$40/ team (up to 6 players)
To book a private game for your company team or private event, get in touch at email@example.com
Each week you’ll have a chance to make it to the top of the leaderboard… or at least get close. This is your chance to finally put your random factoid knowledge to good use. We’ll switch out each week’s themes to cover everything video games, movies, pop culture, the 90s and more!
What tech do I need to play this game?
What you’ll need:
- A decent internet connection
- Desktop or Laptop
- A way to connect with your friends: Google Meet, Discord, Facebook Messenger, What’s App, or any carrier pigeon of your choice.
- Two devices: preferably a mobile device to run our trivia web app (where you enter your answers), and a desktop or laptop to participate in the zoom hosted event.
- Headphones and mic
- How do I connect with my friends?
- How do I find out the themes for the week?
What platforms will the game be hosted on?
Trivia and puzzle night will be hosted through Zoom and playable through a browser based application. A personalized link to this web app will be available once you join the zoom call!
Will I be using my camera and microphone in the Zoom call?
No! You will be automatically muted upon entering the call and we ask that your camera remain off throughout the event. However, you can use your mic and camera to chat with your friends.
How are points determined?
Points are determined on answering questions correctly in the least amount of time.
Some teams have 2 people and others have 6, how is that fair?
Size doesn’t matter! Overall points are determined by a robust weighted average algorithm to calculate to the average performance per player on a team (e.g. average points earned per player) in order to rank teams. So it isn’t important if one advanced team has more players than another. A team of one could easily beat a team of 100 if that single player does better than the average of the larger team. Additionally, how many questions each player actually answers is taken into effect, making it difficult for teams to cheat or sabotage other teams’ averages by simply joining their team.