Pub quiz

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A pub quiz is a quiz held in a pub or bar.wikipedia
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Pub

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A pub quiz is a quiz held in a pub or bar.
The pub quiz was established in the UK in the 1970s.

Quiz

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A pub quiz is a quiz held in a pub or bar.
Pub quizzes

Burns and Porter

The pub quiz was established in the UK in the 1970s by Burns and Porter and became part of British culture.
Burns & Porter was a business in the United Kingdom that prepared and distributed pub quizzes.

Culture of the United Kingdom

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The pub quiz was established in the UK in the 1970s by Burns and Porter and became part of British culture.
The pub quiz was established in the UK in the 1970s.

Quiz league

Different from the quiz league in the UK, US commercial pub quizzes typically involve more than just two teams and can have as many as 25–35 teams playing in a single location, with up to 6 people per team.
Like the pub quiz, it is chiefly a British phenomenon although the format has significant differences to a pub quiz due to the usual number of teams (two) and the presence of individual questions.

Nothing Trivial

The New Zealand television drama Nothing Trivial centres around five characters who meet regularly at a pub quiz.
The series is set around five characters who meet at a pub quiz.

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Pub quiz

Bar

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A pub quiz is a quiz held in a pub or bar.

Pub games

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The pub quiz is a modern example of a pub game.

Irish pub

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In continental Europe, pub quizzes are a staple event at Irish pubs, where they are usually held in English.

Greater St. Louis

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In the U.S., trivia nights are sometimes used as fundraisers for nonprofit organizations, and these are very common in the Greater St. Louis area.

YouTube

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It used existing technologies of a YouTube live stream and the answer sheet by survey monkey.

Infinite bounce

One format for quizzing is called "infinite bounce".

Public address system

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Factual rounds – these are usually spoken, either over a public address system or just called out. Common topics include:

Geography

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General knowledge – covering the topics listed below (if they are not in a separate round) and also topics such as history, geography and science and nature. There may well be more than one of these rounds.

Science

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General knowledge – covering the topics listed below (if they are not in a separate round) and also topics such as history, geography and science and nature. There may well be more than one of these rounds.

Nature

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General knowledge – covering the topics listed below (if they are not in a separate round) and also topics such as history, geography and science and nature. There may well be more than one of these rounds.

Sport

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Sport – comprising the statistics and minutiae of popular, well-known sports and general facts about others.

Entertainment

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Entertainment – movies, TV shows and music (see also below).

Film

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Entertainment – movies, TV shows and music (see also below).

Television

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Entertainment – movies, TV shows and music (see also below).

Photocopier

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Picture round – these use photocopied or computer-printed hand-outs and consist of pictures to be identified, such as photos of famous people (possibly snapped out of context, or else partially obscured) or logos of companies (without tell-tale lettering), famous places or objects pictured from a strange angle.

Music

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Music round – these consist of excerpts (often only the intro or other non-vocal segment) of songs played over the PA system. Usually the teams must identify the song and also the singer or band (sometimes the year the song was released is also required). Variations include the inclusion of film soundtracks and TV theme tunes (requiring the title), and/or classical music (also requiring the composer). Some venues cannot play a music round because they do not have the proper licensing from performers rights organizations such as Broadcast Music Inc. (BMI), the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP), Society of European Stage Authors and Composers (SESAC) and Global Music Rights (GMR).

Introduction (music)

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Music round – these consist of excerpts (often only the intro or other non-vocal segment) of songs played over the PA system. Usually the teams must identify the song and also the singer or band (sometimes the year the song was released is also required). Variations include the inclusion of film soundtracks and TV theme tunes (requiring the title), and/or classical music (also requiring the composer). Some venues cannot play a music round because they do not have the proper licensing from performers rights organizations such as Broadcast Music Inc. (BMI), the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP), Society of European Stage Authors and Composers (SESAC) and Global Music Rights (GMR).

Soundtrack

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Music round – these consist of excerpts (often only the intro or other non-vocal segment) of songs played over the PA system. Usually the teams must identify the song and also the singer or band (sometimes the year the song was released is also required). Variations include the inclusion of film soundtracks and TV theme tunes (requiring the title), and/or classical music (also requiring the composer). Some venues cannot play a music round because they do not have the proper licensing from performers rights organizations such as Broadcast Music Inc. (BMI), the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP), Society of European Stage Authors and Composers (SESAC) and Global Music Rights (GMR).