- Embattled live-gameshow app HQ Trivia is reportedly shutting down its operations after a deal to acquire the company fell through.
- “Effective today, HQ will cease operations and move to dissolution. All employees and contractors will be terminated as of today,” HQ Trivia’s CEO and co-founder Rus Yusupov announced in a company-wide email obtained by Kerry Flynn of CNN Business.
- The app’s extreme popularity in 2017 attracted over 15 million user installs, and highlighted its potential to re-imagine live shows for the digital age.
- But HQ Trivia struggled to recover from the loss of its cofounder and CEO Colin read more >>>