Colin Kroll, co-founder and CEO of the popular mobile game HQ Trivia, was found dead in his New York apartment early Sunday. He was 34.
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Here's something for all you lovers of organised physical activity or merely watching it out there: HQ Trivia, the daily live trivia show that debuted to such wild popularity it boosted host Scott Rogowsky to fame before briefly inspiring dystopian alarmism and apocalyptic fan fiction, is branching out into sports.
Remember HQ Trivia - that live game show you totally would have won that one time if you hadn't gotten the easy question wrong? The app, and its "quiz daddy" host Scott Rogowsky, seem to have inspired Facebook to try its hand at captivating viewers with live-streamed multiple choice questions, among other gimmicks.
Musical.ly, the video app popular with teenagers, was acquired in November by Chinese news aggregation giant TouTiao for a whopping sum in the ballpark of $US800 million ($1 billion). What does TouTiao plan to do with its expensive purchase? According to a planning document provided to Gizmodo, one of Musical.ly's initiatives under new management may be a riff on HQ Trivia, codenamed Project F.
Vine was an app that offered something new and only lived long enough to leave people with mostly good feelings about it. Now, Vine's co-creator Rus Yusupov has a new trivia app that people like a lot, and he seems to be doing his best to tank it by acting like a raving maniac.