Quiz Bingo combines a Trivia Game and Bingo Game into a single fun-filled and competitive Experience! With this format, your players not only have to locate a square on their bingo card, but they also have to figure out what the called square actually is. Moreover, using the Game Media function allows you to ask players different types of questions using animated GIFs, YouTube videos, stock images, or even your own uploaded images. This opens up several new kinds of bingo formats you can use during your live Bingo Games! Here are some examples:
Using Animated GIFs
Choose from Giphy's GIF Library to add fun animated memes, stickers, and emojis to your Bingo Game! You can add GIFs of movie scenes in a Movie Bingo round where players must find the corresponding movie title on their bingo card.
For a Music Bingo round, you can use animated GIFs of famous artists and singers for participants to locate the related called square on their card.
For Classroom Plan users and higher, you can even upload your own animated GIFs to add to your bingo round.
Check out the following Help Center articles for more information on working with GIFs:
Using YouTube Videos to Add Music and Video
Embed a YouTube video to your Bingo Game to add a dynamic dimension for your players! Using YouTube videos opens up different types of bingo such as audio-based and video-based Bingo Games! By embedding YouTube videos, you can ask your players to find the called square based on a video displaying a movie scene, music video, or audio streaming a specific portion of a song. For more information on how to add a YouTube video using Game Media, please visit - Adding Music and Videos to a Bingo Game Using YouTube
Using Stock Images
With Pixabay's stock image library, you can browse through an extensive database to find fun stock images to add to your Bingo Game. As an example, you can use a stock image of the Eiffel Tower to ask your participants, "What is the name of this famous landmark?" Your players would then find the corresponding title on their bingo card and mark the square. For more details on how to add a stock image, please visit - Adding Stock Images to a Bingo Game