Game Changers in Profits

During this August it was reported  by a national newspaper that 18 pubs a week were closing in the UK. In the US the climate is the opposite; the number of drinking establishments is steadily on the rise. In the wake of both increasing and decreasing bar culture, what might be done to maximise profitability…

TriviaMatic vs Pub Quiz

The ‘Pub Quiz’, otherwise known as a ‘Trivia Night’, is an essential part of western culture with roots dating back as far as the middle ages in Britain. In the 1970s, pub games with names such as Ringing the Bull and Dwile Flonking (a game which involves throwing a beer soaked cloth at opponents whilst…

The Rise of Interactive Games

Effect of interactive games in service sector Although a lot of interactive game technology is still in its infancy, the effect on the service sector could be huge. Looking at Japan’s culture of video game bars for instance, large profits combining the markets of gaming and drinking can be seen. Along with greater customer satisfaction,…

Using Sports Trivia to Attract Fans

Over the past few years, people all over the world have been obsessed with playing sports trivia games. The trivia games are both fun for fans and profitable for bar and restaurants. The fans use sports trivia to meet new like-minded people, team up with strangers to make that missing connection in today’s digital world.…

Why Do People Love Trivia ?

Trivia games have become a principal way to entertain and reward ourselves for what we know. At first, the plan was to just give bars a way to get people in slow nights, but the concept of bar trivia turned into a phenomenon as the draw towards trivia seems clear today. But Why people love…