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Test your knowledge on a wide variety of topics with General Trivia!
All Volo Trivias consist of four regular rounds, four bonus rounds and one final round. Team sizes can range from one to eight players. Teams can play together from anywhere! Each team will have their own private video chat room to deliberate answers. Trivia “Volumes” indicate a different sets of questions and do not need to be played in order.
📚 NEW! General Trivia League
Thursdays Beginning June 18th
4-WeeK LEAGUE WITH ACCUMULATED POINTS EACH WEEK.
ONLY ONE TEAM WILL WIN. let’s see what you got!
Register a full team or sign up as a free agent.
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Registration for all Trivia closes 2 hours before game time. All times listed below are EST.
Have suggestions for more trivia? Contact Us at firstname.lastname@example.org
How to Sign Up
COMPLETE TEAM 1-8 PLAYERS
To play trivia you must register as a team even if you are flying solo!
A Captain must create a team and all the team members must “join” the team.
The Captain can pay for everyone or you can split up the fee among team members.
Registered players only.
Trivia Rules & Details
Registration closes 2 hours prior to the start of the game. Once registration closes, all registered players will be sent a welcome email including the Zoom link & team scoresheet.
Zoom will open 30 minutes before game time for a “Happy Half Hour” where you can hang with your teammates.
All players should be logged into Zoom 10 minutes prior to game time to ensure every player is assigned to their private team room.
4 regular rounds, 4 bonus rounds and 1 final round.
Each question is worth 1 point (unless otherwise noted).
If needed, there will be one tiebreaker question.
Scores and standings will be read aloud 3 times throughout the game.
Questions are read once and shown on the Game Screen, players may take notes on their scorecard.
Once the questions are read your team will enter their team room for 3 or 6 minutes, dependent on the round. Hosts will indicate how long you will have for deliberation prior to each round.
Every team has a scoresheet in which to take notes and submit final answers.