HQ Trivia, a ground-breaking live gameshow for smart devices that went viral 3 years ago, is stating video game over and will shut down after having a hard time to acquire funding or a purchaser, CNN Company reported on Friday.
Rus Yusupov, the CEO of HQ Trivia, sent an email to the company’s 25 employees announcing the news, according the report.
HQ Trivia had actually been in acquisition conversations with an undefined purchaser, but Yusupov said in the email that the offer fell through.
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HQ Trivia was when seen as the live-gameshow for the digital age, attracting millions to play the program’s 15- minute sections. Scott Rogowsky, the beloved host of the trivia show, left the business in April.