Crystal Palace fans go head to head on Q LIVE game show app

LONDON, September 2018: You may be an Eagles fan, but how much do you really know about your club?

Crystal Palace fans can test their knowledge against fellow supporters this Friday (September 21), playing for a £1,000 prize in a unique ‘SuperFans’ quiz hosted by the app Q LIVE.

Q LIVE is the new live trivia game you play on your mobile phone and it’s taking the UK and Ireland by storm. A live quizmaster asks a series of 12 increasingly difficult trivia questions. Players have only 10 seconds to answer each question – no time to cheat by Googling the answer! – and are eliminated as soon as they answer a question incorrectly.

The SuperFans quiz is the first partnership between Q LIVE and a football club. The show will be co-hosted by the Football Republic’s Sam Homewood and Crystal Palace legend Mark Bright at 9pm on Friday September 21.

 

The quiz is open to anyone over 18 and is free to enter. Fans can take part by downloading the app before Friday.

Any fans who answer all 12 questions correctly will win not only bragging rights amongst their friends, but also a share of the £1,000 prize.

The app is available to download for free on:

 

 

You must be at least 18 years old and a resident in the United Kingdom, Channel Isles, the Isle of Man or the Republic of Ireland to play and win.


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