Indian Quiz Database

Indian Quiz Database Launch

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TQC Launch Indian Quiz Database

The Question Co have launched an Indian Quiz Database following a huge increase in demand due to success of apps such as Loco & Zupee. TQC are the largest database of quiz content with over 450,000 questions and supply companies like Gameloft, Google,  Microsoft and Playtech.
The Indian Quiz Database contains 10,000 questions written for the mobile enabled audience. The content is available under license.

What Topics Are In the Indian Quiz Database?

TQC have analysed the most popular topics in the established mobile apps and have created high quality content to compliment your product.

1. Entertainment

This section contains Indian Pop Music trivia, Films and TV. All content is recent and up to date, ensuring that your audience will be engaged. The content is mainly drawn from Indian domestic entertainment but also contains some cross over Western entertainment popular in India.

2. Lifestyle

This section of the Indian Quiz Database contains Indian fashion, food and literature. These are the key ingredients of Indian millennial culture and we have the content that will keep your audience in your app longer.

3. Business, Tech & News

This section contains trivia on the latest Indian tech and business that make the news. In addition , there is content that is constantly updated with news that makes the headlines across India.

4. Core Topics

No trivia app can be without Geography, History and Politics. This section of the database contains Indian specific content for this topics.

Trivia Content Delivery Formats

TQC are not just a trivia database company, we are experienced in working directly with development teams of the biggest global publishers.

We offer our content in various formats including jSON, XML, CSV or XML. We have standard formats or can work to a specific brief. More details can be found by clicking here

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Quiz Database

Quiz Database Download

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Quiz Database Download: Licensing Trivia Content

In order to create a trivia product that will become a hit product you need to ensure you have a high quality quiz database download in order to populate your product. The key to building a successful quiz app or trivia website is matching the content to the audience you are looking for. This sounds simple, but often developers and publishers goal is create a product as broad as possible so there is a balance between core audience and overall reach of your final product.

What to Look for in Quiz Database Download

By following these simple steps below, you should be able to refine your criteria to ensure you acquire the right quiz content for your product.

1. Define Your Core Audience

Are you looking to target a specific demographic (ie under 21s) or a group with similar interests (eg NBA or Soccer)? If the answer is a demographic then you need to define the categories that the group will want to engage with. There is no point marketing to millennials and then having question content about 1960s music. This sounds obvious, but many quiz database downloads have a lot of older content that will simply not engage with your audience. Make sure any quiz content you license has a category and sub-category tag so you can select the content that is right for your audience.

2. Up-to-date Content

There are many options in licensing quiz databases but the cheaper or free options are often very out of date. It might save you money on initial MVP costs to chose a cheap content option but a trivia product is about the content, the tech is simply a delivery mechanism.

3. Character Count

Audiences have very short attention spans, so ensure the content is written for digital projects. Trivia content that works for board games or pub quizzes will not work for your trivia app. Work with you app development to define the ideal character count for questions and answers.

4. Quiz Database Question Type

Depending on your audience and product you need to choose between multiple choice trivia, question and answer or put them in order. Which one of these will best engage your audience? Once you decide, make sure your quiz database download has the correct question format for your project.

How The Question Co can help

We are the largest Quiz Database Download company in the world, with over 500,000 questions. We work with leading publishers such as Gameloft, ByteDance and Microsoft but also with 100s of start ups. Our database contains category and sub-category tags and also have difficulty ratings.

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Trivia Royale Question Database

Trivia Royale Questions and Answers

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Trivia Royale Questions and Answers

Trivia Royale is the exciting new quiz game from the makers of Quiz Up. Quiz Up dominated the app stores back in 2012 and The Question Co supplied the trivia content. Trivia Royale is the new format and gained over 2.5 million downloads in its first week of release. How did it do that? Through engaging gameplay and awesome trivia.

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The format is simple. Trivia Royale questions and answers are all multiple choice. You are pitched against 1,000 other players and must become the ultimate winner. Think ‘Fortnite’ but instead of the killing and silly dances its trivia questions.

You start by creating your own avatar. You then have to face off against opponents in batches of a 5 questions. Trivia Royale questions and answers get harder as the game goes on. 500 people who win the first round go on to the next and 500 people drop out. It keeps halving until the final 1 to 1 game and someone is crowned the Royale!

Billed as the world’s biggest trivia contest, Trivia Royale is one to watch. Quiz games have been getting bigger and better over the past few years and we’re excited to be a part of it. Interestingly the makers of Trivia Royale have opted not to offer cash prizes. Instead Teatime Games have recognised that people just want to be crowned the king (or queen) of trivia. Social quizzing is a huge market and we’re sure Trivia Royale will be here to stay. If your projects needs content in the style of Trivia Royale get in touch with us.

Multiple choice quiz content, just like Trivia Royale questions and answers, are what we license the most of here at The Question Co. If you have a project involving trivia we are here to help and can advise on the best trivia for your game.

The Question Co Partners with Big Daily Trivia to Create the Biggest Free Online Trivia Website

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Big Daily Trivia – Your Daily Source of Trivia on the Web

We are very pleased to partner with the biggest daily trivia website  – The team there have licensed over 25,000 trivia quizzes to create the biggest and best trivia website. Question categories that have been licensed include the most popular topics at The Question Co such as football, food, entertainment and lifestyle but the Big Daily Trivia website is also focussed on niche categories such as candy you can no longer buy, 70s song lyrics and gardening trivia.

There are numerous trivia websites but many rely on user generated content which means that players cannot be certain of the quality of the trivia available in each of the topics. Big Daily Trivia is focussed on the quality, quantity and breadth of topics. They ensure that all question content is fully fact checked and QA’d.

Big Daily Trivia launched in May 2020 and provides trivia and quiz lovers the ideal environment to play 1000s of trivia quizzes. They are updating their website daily with 100’s of trivia quiz challenges to keep their visitors happy with new content that cannot be found anywhere else on the web.

If you love the following trivia quiz topics: Daily Living quizzes, Sport trivia, Entertainment Trivia, Olden Days Quizzes, School Subjects Quizzes, Animal and Pets quiz challenges and Culture quizzes. The Olden Days, School Subjects and Daily Living trivia then visit their site to play now.

The site caters for the older generation of quiz lovers, as many of the competitor trivia websites focus on younger players. The older generation can reminisce with Jobs That No Longer Exist trivia or Grandma’s Cooking Trivia. They even have Candy and Drinks That You Can No Longer Buy trivia and many more topics like that.

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If you are looking for free daily quizzes on the web then is the number one place to find trivia quiz challenges you will love.

Christmas Trivia Questions

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Christmas number ones are a bit of a pop institution, adding sales at what is the peak record buying time of year. And although most people’s memory of big festive number one hits includes nostalgic numbers like Cliff Richard’s 1988 hit Mistletoe and Wine (which spent four weeks in the charts thanks to downloads) and Slade’s slice of festive rock, Merry Xmas Everybody (1973), there have been classier offerings. Anybody compiling a quiz on the subject might want to buy a Christmas number 1 question on which top band had no fewer than four Yuletide hits. The answer is The Beatles with I Want to Hold Your Hand in 1963, I Feel Fine in 1964, Day Tripper/We Can Work It Out in 1965 and Hello Goodbye in 1967.
Paul McCartney was also involved with the British 2012 Christmas no 1, a re-release of a version of the Hollies’ hit He ain’t Heavy (he’s my brother), produced to raise funds for the families of the 96 Liverpool football fans killed in 1989 in the Hillsborough stadium disaster.

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Halloween Quiz Questions

Halloween Trivia Questions – Quizzing

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Halloween Trivia Questions

Looking for halloween trivia questions? Halloween, celebrated round the world on October 31, is the dark side of a Christian festival, held on the eve of All Saint’s Day when the dead were traditionally honoured. According to scholars, it’s probably based on a pagan festival like Samhain and it’s ended up almost as commercial as Christmas. The name itself is a contraction of All Hallows’ Eve, and that would make a decent question for a Halloween quiz.

Of course, nowadays Halloween means trick and treat gangs roaming suburbia (the sensible among us stock up on chocolate and sweets to avoid retribution from small ghouls and ghosties). You might think this a recent invention, growing alongside the boom in consumer culture, but in fact, historians reckon this American tradition has been going for over a century. That’s a nice piece of Halloween trivia suitable for a scary quiz. But you’d need some grislier material – and that’s where the movies come in.

In terms of influence on popular culture, this festival is massive. The eponymous 1978 movie, called simply Halloween, starred the daughter of one of Marilyn Monroe’s co-stars in Some Like it Hot. Who was she? Jamie Lee Curtis who played the bookish, innocent heroine Laura Strode in this, the first of a series of so called slasher movies. Perhaps even more significant was the identity of Curtis’ mother, Janet Leigh. In which Alfred Hitchcock film did she die in a manner that would forever make the shower a place of fear? Yes, Psycho. This film series is simply stuffed with Halloween-style trivia. Michael Myers, the stalker, apparently stabbed his sister to death when he was six and escapes when grown up to wreak cinematic havoc. But which big Hollywood star made his debut in the sixth installment, Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers? It was Paul Rudd. The sinister goings on at the end of October have also cast their shadow over fiction. Which sci-fi writer penned the fantasy The Halloween Tree (1972) in which eight young trick or treaters discover a friend is at risk, cross time and space to save him, thereby learning the history of Halloween? Ray Bradbury, a nice answer to a nice Halloween quiz question.

Continuing on the Halloween trivia trail, which were the two most popular costumes chosen by adults on the West coast last year, according to the Los Angeles Times? Think warts, black pointy hats for number one and in the second spot, blood suckers. Yep, we all want to act out our inner witches and vampires.

The Question Co have an extensive library of Halloween Trivia Questions. Please get in touch to buy Halloween Trivia Questions.

Film Trivia Questions

Film Trivia Questions – Buy Today

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Looking for Film Trivia Questions? The top quiz topics have to be sport, music and film. It’s a question of popularity. The big screen provides more than its fair share of trivia and serious film quiz questions, which is not surprising when you consider that the celluloid genre has been entertaining us since the Lumiere brothers first filmed workers leaving their factory in Lyons in 1895. Early blockbusters (the term came from the name for the 4,000 pound bombs used by the RAF in World War II) included Ben Hur, with its famous chariot race, Gone with The Wind and Quo Vadis, but a good film quiz question would be Which was the first New Hollywood blockbuster? And to the nearest million, how much did it gross? The answer is Stephen Spielberg’s original finny epic, Jaws (1975) which made an eye-watering $100,000,000. It also set the trend for summer release in the States, with directors aiming to launch their big films by July 4.

Some of the most commercially successful movies of all time are, like Jaws, disaster movies, feeding our schadenfreude. Anybody wanting to buy film quiz questions would have to acquire a section on the genre. If you had to answer a question on the most successful examples, you’d probably pick Titanic or Independence Day. In fact, Titanic (1997), directed by James Cameron and starring Leonardo di Caprio and up and coming Kate Winslet, was the bigger commercial hit, taking over 600 million dollars at box office. Titanic trivia questions could include which scene, potentially the most embarrassing, was the first Rose and Jack filmed together? It’s the notorious nude art scene. And which cameo role did the director play? One of the men praying as the ship starts sinking.

The stars themselves form a happy hunting ground for anybody looking for teasers for a film quiz. There’s the cv approach, as in which massive 2001 hit starred Eddie Murphy, Cameron Diaz and Mike Myers, who are heard but never seen? Shrek, naturally. Then there’s the left field, hobbies-of-the-stars approach. Zachary Quinto, for example, who has played Mr Spock since the 2009 movie that relaunched Star Trek, is musical and plays an instrument. Guitar? No, the banjo. And which star who has just been defying Gravity with Sandra Bullock had an aunt Rosemary who was a popular US singer. George Clooney. Another decent film quiz question about gorgeous George would be: in which European country does he have a lakeside holiday villa? Italy. But there was one star, who played magnificent heroines from Camille to Anna Karenina, who would never have wanted to feature in a film quiz, no matter how intriguing, as her most famous quote was “I want to be alone”. She was of course Greta Garbo.

Contact The Question Co to buy film quiz trivia. We have a huge selection of film trivia content.

Music Trivia Questions – Buy Today

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Perfect music trivia questions are a kind of quizmaster’s holy grail as nearly everybody considers themselves a pop expert. But the best music questions you can buy balance basic knowledge with a bit of a surprise. Most people know which US bestselling blue collar singer is known as the Boss – Bruce Springsteen – but how many are aware it was coined by his employees in the early days? Springsteen told a radio station recently that “it wasn’t meant like Boss with a ca

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Religious quiz questions

Religious Quiz Questions

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Religious Quiz Questions

Looking for religious quiz questions? We get a lot of enquiries from customers looking for trivia questions on religion which isn’t surprising as even today in the secular West, religious traditions remain important. This week the world celebrated the fiftieth anniversary of Martin Luther King’s great “I have a dream” speech which outlined his vision of a rainbow nation where his four children “would be judged not by the color of their skin but the content of their character”. If you wanted a good question for a religious quiz, you could ask in which church was Dr Luther King a pastor? The answer is the American Baptist Church whose members were at the forefront of the civil rights movement.

British history provides a good hunting ground for anybody in the market for religious trivia questions, with Henry VIII’s divorce from Rome and Catherine of Aragon a particularly rich seam. So anybody putting together a decent quiz on religious matters could include one or two posers on this turbulent period. For example, which religious institutions that housed holy men were destroyed by Henry after he turned his back on the Catholic Church? The monasteries. And approximately how many were dissolved? At least 625.

More recently, a ‘new Labour’ English Prime Minister followed Henry’s religious switch, but in the other direction. Anyone hoping to buy religion questions for their online or pub quiz should consider asking his name. The answer’s Tony Blair, who switched from Church of England to Catholic in 2007, joining wife Cherie in her place of worship. But which of his controversial sisters in law converted to to Shia Islam after visiting a shrine to Fatima in 2010? It was Lauren Booth.

Religious titles are important and produce teasing religious quiz questions. Who is known respectfully as the “father of the Jews”? Abraham. And which British prince, not yet in charge, wants to alter his future Church of England job title “defender of the faith” to “defender of the faiths” with a nod to multi-culturalism? Why, Prince Charles.

Anybody buying religious quiz questions wants to include a few religious trivia queries. A good example would be which religion, that’s also been described as a cult, unites film stars Tom Cruise, John Travolta and the best barmaid in Cheers, Kirstie Alley. It’s Scientology and they’re all members. And for a final religious quiz teaser, which science fiction author dreamed up Scientology using self-help techniques and created his first church in New Jersey in 1953? It was L Ron Hubbard and the L stands for Lafayette.

The Question Co has a large database of religious quiz questions that is available to customers. If you have any religious trivia question requirements then get in touch.

Premier League Football Trivia

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Premier League Football Trivia

Looking for Premier League Football Trivia?
It’s all kicking off again with the start of the new football season on August 17 and the Premier League is primed for a really good one. With van Persie at Manchester United on great form and highest scorer last season at 26, three ahead of Suarez at Liverpool, the red devils are probably in a strong position to maintain Sir Alex’s legacy. But as David Moyes will be contending with Jose Mourinho back at Chelsea, just two places behind, and new face Manuel Pelligrini brought in to calm Manchester City in the number two slot, there are no certainties.
In terms of key football questions fans want answered, as ever it’s the big stuff exercising armchair experts. Who’s going to get overall goal supremacy, which star players will be sold this season (will Wayne Rooney get to put on the Chelsea strip?) and just how will the league table end up.
A Question of Sport (QOS) is one place to test out your footie knowledge. The BBC team who buy the football questions and trivia and set their quizzes are naturally at the top of their game. If you wanted to create your own football quiz, you could do worse than puzzling over some of their posers before you buy your own football questions. So who’s the only player to have won the Premier League, League Cup and FA Cup, plus the UEFA Cup and Champions title? The three possible names you’re offered by QOS are Didier Drogba, Michael Owen and Paulo Ferreira. In fact, it’s not the talented Drogba (whom Mourinho described as “out of this world” after a contentious match in March) or hardworking Owen, it’s retired Portuguese player Mr Ferreira who scooped the trophies while playing for Chelsea and his country.
The sticker collecting fraternity also buy football trivia questions along with the albums. These normally focus on team player questions but there are usually one or two left field quizzers, for example what was the thinking behind the Football League Cup games in the 1960-61 season? The answer, as all John Motson wannabes would know, is that they were instigated to help clubs make more money from their investment in floodlights, since all the matches – including the finals – were played midweek and in the evening.
If you wanted to buy the perfect football trivia question, what about something on the great Motty himself. So what job did his father do? The clue’s in John Motson’s near religious attachment to the beautiful game. And the answer? – Mr Motson senior was a Methodist minister.
The Question Co have a huge library of football quiz questions and football trivia questions available for license