Virtual Trivia Night
Our Virtual Trivia Nights in 2021 were wildly popular. Join us again on January 22!
SPEF is working with Trivia LA, the host of many trivia nights around LA, to host our evening of competition.
Each registration is for up to 8 people and will make up a single team.
SPEF will give out Spirit Awards for energy and enthusiasm, in the form of funny team names, fantastic team costumes, and overall fun! The winners of the competition will receive SPEF swag and bragging rights around town.
The competition is open to everyone.
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How long does this event take?
The trivia game will take place starting at 7:00 and will go 1 1/2 to 2 hours.
How many people can be on my team?
Each team can be up to 8 people.
Do I have to know who my team members are when I sign up?
No. However, because there is limited space, we encourage you to sign up as soon as you can before the event sells out. Please submit team name & team members’ names & emails by Wednesday, January 19th so we can pre-assigned breakout rooms and share game links with all.
Team-leaders, add your team information here:
Can kids participate?
Yes, but the questions, although not inappropriate, are geared towards adults and may seem “boring” to kids. But, if you have a child who would like to participate, feel free to include them.
What are Spirit Awards and how does a team get one?
SPEF will give “Spirit Awards” (wine, SPEF swag, and/or a shout-out on social media) for teams that exhibit energy and enthusiasm whether it be in the form of a fun team name, team costumes, or just being zany enough to make us all laugh. Each team will be asked to take a picture and upload it to Instagram, and tag @SPEF4kids. The teams showing the most “spirit” in their screenshot will be given a Spirit Award.
What is the prize for winning the Trivia game?
This game is intended to be a fun way to get together with friends and family, as well as be a fundraiser for SPEF. The “prize” is bragging rights in the community.
Am I allowed to look up answers on my phone or computer?
No, the point of the game is to test how much people know off the tops of their heads, not how fast they can Google the answer to a trivia question. Please don’t ruin the fun by cheating or “shouting” out the answer.
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