CPQ Trivia is Crowdpurr's spin on HQ Trivia. We designed CPQ Trivia to give your own audience the thrill and experience of a "last man standing" style trivia game.
With CPQ Trivia your crowd must answer every question correct in order to advance to the next question and ultimately win. If a player answers a question incorrectly or not within the time allotted for each question, they are eliminated and cannot win.
After each question, you can display on the Projector View and the Mobile View who the current "Survivors" are. After your last question is displayed, you can display all the players who answered every question correct as the ultimate survivors and winners!
No, Crowdpurr just offers the crowd-based Trivia Game component that has the same rules and format (e.g. Last Man Standing) as HQ. At the moment, integrating a live video or audio stream is up to you. There are users who are doing this to some level of success and the YouTube Channel Stream Geeks recently did a live stream on how to create your own HQ-Style Trivia Game using Crowdpurr and YouTube live streaming. More information and their demonstration is available at the following YouTube link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XP2ypQPaslo&feature=youtu.be.
With all that said, we are working on future integrations with streaming platforms. Stay tuned for updates.
Absolutely. CPQ is just our example of mixing the name HQ with Crowdpurr.
When you create a new CPQ Trivia Game, we put our CPQ logo and backgrounds on your game as a default. Our Classroom Plan lets you update the logo of any of your Trivia Games and also change the background to one of our existing backgrounds. You can also upload a custom background on the Projector View and Mobile View if you're a Conference Plan subscriber (or higher). You can also update the URL that the crowd uses to join yoru game to any custom URL you prefer for your brand, company, or client. The entire game can be customized for your event or company. More information on customizing is availabe in this article Conference Plan Features Explained
Yes! There's an advanced setting called "Allow Eliminated Players To Keep Answering?" that you can enable. This makes it so eliminated players, while not being able to win, can continue playing along. Sometimes it's no fun to get kicked out of the game! You can also disable this setting so players are truly prevented from answering further questions if they answer incorrectly or run out of time (a la HQ).
Yes! There's an advanced setting called "Always Show A Winner(s)?" that you can enable. This makes it so that at the end of your game if you have no players that answered every question correct, the winners will be displayed as the player(s) who answered the most questions correct. This setting makes it so you don't end up with a game with no survivors or winners. Disabling this setting will cause you to have no winners if no one answered every question correct.
If a player joins late, they can still play and they won't be eliminated until they answer a question incorrectly. However, they won't be listed as a "Survivor" on the leaderboard unless they answer all questions correctly. So if a player joins late, they cannot be listed as a "Winning Survivor" at the end of the game. Or if you have "Always Show A Winner(s)" turned on, this will show the Winning Survivors as whichever player(s) answered the most questions correctly (in case you didn't have any players that answered every question correct). If a player joins late, they still may be able to fall into that group but they would have to answer the same amount of questions correct as the player(s) who answered the most correct, which is unlikely.
CPQ is more about inclusion and engagement versus not allowing players to join in on the fun because they were late. But we still want to make sure a late player cannot win.
When you create a Trivia Game, at a bare minimum, each player is required to enter a nickname on their mobile device. This is used by Crowdpurr to display each player's name on the Survivor's List which you can enable on the Projector View and Mobile Views at any time.
You may also enable additional "lead capture" fields such as last name, email, address, etc. But at a minimum a nickname must be input by each player to join the Trivia Game. You cannot play a Trivia Game anonymously.
Because every player enters at least a nickname, you can enable the Surviviors List at any time during your game (e.g. after each question, at the end of the game, etc.) to display the real-time live list of all players who are still "Surviviors" (i.e. have answered every question correctly and in time) on both the Projector View and the Mobile View (e.g. player devices). You can also view the rankings privately at all times in the "Rankings" tab on the Experience Dashboard.
The winner(s) are whichever players are still listed on the Survivor's List at the end of your game.
Because CPQ is a Survivor-Mode trivia format, players keep playing as long as they answer every question correctly and don't run out of time to answer a question. At the end of your trivia game's questions, your game may have more than one survivior (or winner). If you want to only have one winner, you'll need to add enough questions with sufficient difficulty to eliminate all players down to one remaining survivior. You can add up to 100 questions per CPQ Trivia Game. However, you can also eliminate every player in this process. In this case, you'll have to show the winners as the Survivors from the previous question or state that the game had no single winner.
Yes. Under the "Trivia Game Settings" tab on the Experience Dashboard, you can enable Table/Team mode. Enabling this mode allows tables or teams to join with only one person from the team acting on their behalf joining the Trivia game. That person enters a team-name versus an individual name and then plays on behalf of the team. The Rankings will then show the team rankings and points versus individual rankings and points.
Additionally, Crowdpurr offers something called the Advanced Team-Mode Add-On. This add-on lets you, as the host, setup teams ahead of time. When a player joins your Trivia Game they must choose a team. Then every player plays the Trivia Game on their device as an individual and on behalf of their team. The Projector View will then show both individual rankings and team rankings. Team rankings are based on average points earned per player. So it doesn't matter if one team has more players than another. To inquire about this special add-on email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We're working on adding this feature. For now, if you are a Seminar Plan subscriber or above, we can send you a spreadsheet template and we can upload your questions and answers on the back-end.
Not really. We recommend using a quick question time of ten to twenty seconds so that players do not have enough time to Google for answers.
No. If a player refreshes their browser, the time left to answer a trivia question does not reset. It loads the correct time from when the host started the question's timer.
A multiple-choice question can only have one correct answer.
Text-answer questions (or fill-in-the-blank) allow you to input more than one correct answer that is to be considered correct. So if you create a question such as "Who is the former Heisman Trophy running back who was tried for murdering his wife?" The correct answer you should input is "OJ Simpson". However you should also add additional correct answer variations like "OJ", "O.J.", "O.J. Simpson", and "Simpson". Then if any of the above answers are entered by your crowd they will be considered correct. Any answers entered by your crowd are not case-sensitive.
Additionally, if a player submits a text answer that is correct but doesn't match one of your added correct answers (e.g. "The Juice"), you have the ability to "Mark As Correct" after it is submitted and this answer will be considered correct and award the player the points it should receive.