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A digital platform for interactive quizzes will host a game-show style quiz, live on Stoke on Trent’s regional radio station, Signal 2 on Friday 8th December 2017.
Cloud-based business, KwizzBit will make quizzing history by performing what is thought to be the world’s first collaborative smartphone quiz live on air. The quiz will take place during radio DJ, Paul Fairclough’s drive time show between 3pm and 7pm on Friday.
Up to 100 workplace teams from the local area will go head-to-head, competing for the fastest finger first title; with prizes being awarded to the best performing teams.
Teams playing the quiz will be raising funds for the Donna Louise Trust, a Children's Hospice based in Staffordshire, supporting children with life-limiting conditions and their families.
Broadcasting from its studios in Stoke-on-Trent, Signal 2 entertains listeners across Staffordshire and Cheshire. Signal 2 is owned by Wireless Group and is the sister station of Signal 1.
Established in 2016 by founder and serial entrepreneur Mark Walsh, KwizzBit, is an innovative, cloud-based gaming platform which has gone from strength to strength, recently appearing on BBC Two’s Dragons’ Den.
The KwizzBit software combines the traditional format of a pub quiz and fuses it with the excitement of interactive digital entertainment, allowing users to host and engage in entertaining multiplayer quizzes online via a smartphone.
KwizzBit has so far been implemented in more than 450 entertainment venues in the UK and aims to reach one million players by 2020.
Commenting on Friday’s live quiz, Mark Walsh said:
“We are delighted to have been invited by Signal 2 to host what we believe is the world’s first live interactive quiz played on air via a smartphone. We hope that contestants will have a great time taking part and we’ve got some great prizes to give away!”
Signal 2 radio DJ, Paul Fairclough added:
“KwizzBit is an exciting entertainment platform and we’re really looking forward to sharing this with our listeners on Friday. The fastest finger first nature of the platform means that players are not able to ‘Google’ the answers which makes the game even more exciting for all involved.”
Kwizzbit is a new online platform supporting interactive quizzes.
Founded in 2016 by Mark Walsh CEO of Rocket Horse Ltd, the Kwizzbit platform and the technology behind the game are being developed into an interactive solution for other markets. Kwizzbit has already been trialled by Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) as a learning development tool, endorsed by Leeds MP Greg Mulholland, and has received interest from national giants including KPMG and Sky.
Following his previous success with the successful pub game, Rock and Roll Bingo, Mark gained key insight into customer findings and feedback and used his learning experiences to develop Kwizzbit. Kwizzbit has also been validated by business partners John Sheard and Steve Saul, who add their experience in quiz and business development, technical expertise and project management to the mix.
A multi-faceted online quiz platform, Kwizzbit provides a unique cloud-based solution which customers can access on their smart phones. Having attracted attention from a variety of sectors, Kwizzbit has ambitious plans to roll out the game through pubs and clubs across the UK
Kwizzbit enables hosts and venues to deliver a unique interactive quiz through an internet browser and broadcast to people’s smartphones and tablets creating a game show format in a real-time quiz environment. Originally intended to transform the traditional pub quiz, Kwizzbit is currently being tried and tested with several pub chains and has already been part if a major industry showcase.
Currently based in Leeds, West Yorkshire, Kwizzbit is set to deliver interactivity for a variety of purposes including audience participation during conferences and events, as a learning tool for training and development and the next generation of interactive marketing.
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