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How Trivia Developed The first recorded use of “trivia” was in 1589, which was a plural term from the word “trivium” that was often used in Liberal Arts in reference to the meaning of “insignificance” associated with certain facts, then later on, the meaning of “trivia” came to mean and referred to as any information that is of general interest, but of little importance. In 1966, authors Goodgold and Carlinsky came up a book, entitled “Trivia,” which was published by Dell company and which became so popular that the book landed on the New York Times Best Sellers list. More trivia books circulated the market, most of them were the works of L. Worth, a former air traffic controller from California, which became a sensational hit such that Columbia University launched a trivia quiz show and which also became a success, and all these led up to the promotion of Trivial Pursuit game, invented by Scott Abbott and Chris Haney. Over 20 million copies of Trivial Pursuit were sold in North America alone in 1984, so much so that this phenomenal success game reached to about 88 million sold in 26 countries and 17 languages by 2004, when Trivial Pursuit was licensed to the Parker Brothers. The trivia game has fascinated the public, such that, today, you see trivia games in books, board games, in TV and radio quiz shows, Internet websites, new kinds of video games, cell phone games, and trivia games that can be downloaded. The most popular trivia format is the 4 answer multiple choice quiz, which hardcore trivia fans like to answer the questions without being able to choose between existing answers, while online there are a lot of trivia questions available with answers. Trivia can be integrated in interactive games which are popularly played in restaurants, bars, and other dining locations.
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The success of trivia games in dining locations has evolved into what is now referred to as pub trivia, which is being used to entertain people in bars and pubs, a great breakaway activity in these places such that people don’t just come for a drink and a few cocktails but the activity has become a fun and competitive night, a refreshing entertainment to break up the usual drinking routine. Teams are made up of 4-6 friends competing with another team and questions come in every category, from pop culture, music, history, current events, technology, to local news, which are asked by an assigned individual. Pub trivia is a great way to pass time with friends in a pub or bar because it is less expensive, fun, and an intelligent way to socialize and spend the night with great people.Getting To The Point – Contests