FootballPartyGame.com Offers Live Trivia Game Designed For Your Football Watch Party
A game designed to be played during Super Bowl watch parties is now available from Bendy Tree, an app design company. Partygoers answer 20 questions before kickoff such as "Will the national anthem last over 94 seconds?" and "Which team will lead at half time?" As questions are answered throughout the football game, points are awarded for correct guesses. An online leader board shows live standings, and a winner is declared when the football game ends. Available for $4.99, the game is offered on the iPhone and iPad through the App Store. The game is also available for other devices at FootballPartyGame.com.
Only one person from a particular party needs to purchase an account. After signing up, the party organizer invites up to 25 friends to join the group. These friends are not charged to play and will receive an email with instructions on making their picks. Picks are made through any web browser or smart device and must be submitted before the national anthem begins. The questions and their point values are based loosely on propositional BET odds. The game is available online, so it also works for groups who aren't watching the game in the same geographic location.
"Many people love the friends, food, and commercials but don't care much about the teams. At over four hours their interest starts to wane, and hosts are left scrambling for party ideas to entertain their guests", said Josh Wright, founder of Bendy Tree. "For the price of a bowl of salsa, this game offers an easy way to entertain your guests and keep them engaged."
The questions include topics like commercials, entertainment, the football game itself, and trivial events like the color of Gatorade poured on the winning coach. Points are awarded automatically for correct answers, so there is no burden on a host to track of the outcome of each question.
For details, visit: FootballPartyGame.com
About Bendy Tree
Bendy Tree is a software and media company based in Norman, Oklahoma and was founded in 2009.
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