SportCaller

Clockcount trivia tests give players the chance to show off their knowledge amid the sporting shutdown for a daily $500 prize

 

SportCaller, the leading free-to-play (FTP) sports-game provider, has launched a daily series of fun trivia quizzes with BetMGM to continue fan engagement during the sporting shutdown across a range of entertaining events this Spring.

 

Thesetestsoftriviatrackaseasonalcalendarofflagshipconteststhatwouldtypicallycaptureplayers’interestsandimaginationsforthecomingmonth,whilealsomajoringinadailydietofquestionsaroundpopularsportsandassociatedgeneralknowledgecategories.

 

BetMGM’squizzes runoff10questions,towhichplayersmustsubmiteachanswerwithina10-secondtimeframe. Incorrectplayersareeliminatedforthedaywhilecorrectrespondentsarerequiredtocompletethefull10-questioncoursetowina $500 prizeorshareitwithanyothersuccessfulplayer(s). Thislimited-timeanswerclock,coupledtovariedquestion-alternatingfunctionalityandadeepwelloftopicalhistoricaldata,guardsagainstsystem-manipulationandimprovesthecustomerexperiencewithintuitivegameplay.

 

Withthistimelyseries,BetMGMisemployingasoftermarketingstrategywithwhichtoresponsiblymaintainfanengagementandonlinehangtimeduringthecurrentcrisis. Userscanjoininadailybattleforbraggingrightsagainstotherplayers,orrecommendthesefreedailychallengestofriends. Asaresult,brandloyaltyisorganicallyfostereduntillivesportsreturnfromtheirhistorichiatus.

 

Cillian Barry, SportCaller MD, said: “We’re delighted to have increased SportCaller’s growing global influence in North America through this partnership with such a revered brand. During this unprecedented sporting shutdown, it’s imperative to evolve and innovate responsibly, so that sports betting can adapt to the current climate.

 

“Ourflexibleplatform,whichallowsusto quickly createanddeploytopicaltrivia-quizFTPs,neatlymapsontotheconventionalcalendarforsport,goingsomewaytofillingthevoidforfunandentertainmentduringthischallengingspell. Then,asthislockdownislifted,sportsbook engagementcanreboundallthestronger.”