Smartphone quiz company launches online quiz builder after record growth during lockdown
Following huge customer demand, the smartphone quiz company, KwizzBit, has released a personalised quiz builder into its online trivia platform.
Subscribed users can create their own private quizzes to engage with their unique audience, which could include businesses, teachers and general trivia fans looking to entertain their friends and family.
The quiz creator sits within a user’s account dashboard and enables them to utilize KwizzBit’s traditional speed-based gameplay and various question types by inputting their own questions, answers and facts into a user-friendly form builder.
All quizzes are private to a user’s account and can be played as many times as they want.
KwizzBit’s CEO & Founder, Mark Walsh said: “KwizzBit was made with simplicity and fun in mind. Everything from the gameplay to the way things look on screen was made so anyone can enjoy it regardless of age and technical ability.
"The quiz builder is a natural extension of this design thinking”.
Before the pandemic, KwizzBit was a market-leading supplier of digital quizzes to pubs across the UK. However, due to nationwide lockdowns and the rise of virtual quizzing the company expanded into new markets such as business, fundraising and events, as well as establishing a direct-to-consumer model.
The virtual shift into these new markets saw their average monthly users rise from 3,000 to upwards of 50,000 at the height of lockdown. They quickly found themselves inundated with requests from users wanting to utilise the software for their own purposes including staff training, school teaching, and even birthday parties.
Commenting on the demand, Mark said: “Whether its business professionals wanting to engage with their teams or simply people wanting to do a bride and groom quiz for their wedding, it’s clear that people crave personalisation.
“Without a doubt, this is the most popular request we’ve had from our users and now we’re giving them the freedom to use KwizzBit exactly how they want to. The possibilities are endless!”
Since changing their business model in March 2020, KwizzBit has hosted virtual events for global brands like Nintendo, helped raise over £100,000 for various UK charities, and are on course for their most successful year of trading to date despite pubs not being open.