Live.me Partners with Roman Atwood to Expand Trivia Effort to Cheez Platform with $100,000 Giveaway on Saturday February 10th

Feb 8, 2018

Popular YouTuber Roman Atwood to host the largest online trivia show giveaway

LOS ANGELES, Feb. 8, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Live.me Inc. today announced that popular YouTube creator Roman Atwood will host QuizBiz's largest trivia show, Saturday February 10th, at 5pm PT, on both Live.me and Cheez with an astonishing prize of $100,000.

This Saturday's game comes on the heels of QuizBiz's three $50,000 shows on Super Bowl Sunday, as well as the announcement that live.me Inc. will invest $1 million into prizing during February, and will continue to add in special surprise guest hosts throughout the coming weeks and months.

"We're thrilled to have Roman as a guest host for QuizBiz," said Khudor Annous, Head of Marketing and Partnership for Live.me. "He has such a passionate fan base, and he's one of the most genuine creators we've had the pleasure of working with, that we didn't even think of partnering with anyone else on this event."

To play QuizBiz on Cheez, download Cheez on iOS or Android, and tune in to the QuizBiz tile on the main feed before the 5pm PT start time. The game tests general trivia knowledge in a single elimination format, however users can stay in the game with Extra Chances that are earned when friends use your unique referral code. QuizBiz now airs on both apps at 12:30pm PT, 5pm PT, and 7pm PT.

About Live.me Inc.

Live.me Inc. is the mobile app developer behind the popular live broadcasting platform, Live.me, and is focused on developing content based applications for the mobile-first generation. It's flagship app, Live.me has amassed more than 40 million users and distributed millions of dollars to broadcasters through direct virtual gifting. Live.me Inc.'s portfolio also includes Cheez, a social short video app highlighting the power of creativity in 17 seconds.

SOURCE Live.me Inc.

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