HQ Trivia returns, just when the world needs it the most
30 Mars, 2020, 16:22 | Auteur: Auguste Feret
On Sunday mid-day customers got a press alert introducing the video game's return prior to Rus Yusupov, the firm's founder as well as primary exec, tweeted to validate that a quiz would certainly start at 9pm NY time.
HQ Trivia is being resurrected just a little over one month after co-founder Rus Yusupov announced that the app was shutting down.
A push notification went out to HQ Trivia players letting them know a new game will go live tonight at 9PM ET.
A source close to the company confirmed to The edge The app is officially back, which means it's not just a one-time event. The episodes will start airing more regularly in the future, but the timeline is now on the air as things work out. "Tonight we are back to stay, and staying positive in these unsteady times". Download the app now! Richards added that players whose rewards were stuck when the company went under will also be able to soon cash out.
HQ Trivia, the popular quiz app that shut down in February, is returning to mobile phones after an anonymous investor stepped in to fund the company.
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