The Business of Trivia
by Rob Johnson, of Digigames
Across the nation and around the world, most entertainers strive for the latest and greatest methods for increasing the value of their shows. Better value means more bookings. More bookings means more revenue. Some have found that a good way to increase show value is with the use of interactive games, karaoke, up lighting and so forth.
Adding trivia to your events is a well-established way to increase your bottom line. Some use pen and paper method; others use an actual game show system. While pen and paper can be used in a trivia format, the consistent issue with this method is any player can find the answer on the Internet using their Smartphones. An actual game show buzzer system helps all players play on a fair playing field.
DigiGames develops new and exciting technologies and produces TV game show software emulations which come together for a true TV game show experience. (offered at PCDJ.com HERE) Our wireless buzzers, audience response keypads and game show consoles make this possible at an affordable rate. Entertainers have found that asking fun trivia questions to get the audience involved in an entertaining competition for simple prizes is a great way to earn extra money and to secure mid-week bookings. Corporate events are also brought to new heights as players in different departments compete against each other for items that are normally given away as door prizes. School and other academic institutions benefit from a DJ who allocates a portion of the dance to trivia based on subjects learned in the classroom. DigiGames products are used extensively for team-building and problem solving whether at a bar, corporate event or school event because people love to play as a team…..it is like a real-life ‘phone a friend’.
Bridal trivia is becoming more and more popular. Some DJ’s use bridal trivia at the rehearsal dinner the night before the wedding or at the dinner reception before the dance. Before the dance you can pit bridesmaids against groomsmen to compete as teams answering questions about the bride and groom. Many DJ’s use bridal trivia at each table so the guests earn their way to the buffet line by buzzing in first to answer questions about the bride and groom.
Whether young or old, people of all ages love to press buzzers and win free stuff. Buy your DigiGames trivia game show system today and start offering trivia as part of your entertainment packages for your holiday parties. You will be surprised at how fast you can see a return on investment with your DigiGames system. Learn More at PCDJ.com