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« on: February 17, 2020, 04:05:21 pm »

Looks like Millennials finally killed HQ Trivia for good

Thanks to the short attention span of smartphone users and lack of investments.



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HQ has shut its doors today, February 14, 2020, laying off all 25 employees.
HQ Trivia and HQ Words apps are no longer supported.
The decision comes after a failed acquisition dried up all available funds.


HQ Trivia, the popular smartphone game that was once dubbed "Millenial Jeopardy", is being shut down for good after the developer went out of business. This, according to CNN, after a failed acquisition by an investment banking firm. The company officially shut its doors today, February 14, 2020, laying off all 25 employees and taking the future of live trivia gaming with it.

In an email sent out to employees and contractors today, CEO Rus Yusupov outlined a brief history of a failed acquisition that would have seen the company gain new funding through an investment banking firm. This was the most recent attempt to revamp the slumping popularity of HQ Trivia, which lost its p...

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