We want to share some suggestions with you so you can get the most out of your Trivia Crack stream!
Keep in mind that the game is set as a trivia show in which you act as a host. For that reason, we recommend using a similar tone to that of the trivia or late night TV shows, combined with your own style. Remember that the main goal is to have fun while playing with your audience but making your presentation in a joyful and energetic way will always attract more people!
It is important that - according to your style - you indicate to the "viewers" each stage of the game and explain how they can participate.
- In the first place, you should explain the rules. Remember that your viewers may not know how to participate, so taking time to review how to play will be important.
- After the rules, you should highlight that, in order to participate, viewers must be logged in to Twitch and grant permission to the extension on the menu that appears on its icon, to the right of the screen (see screenshots).
- Trivia Time! When the trivia begins, remember to handle at your own pace the way the questions are displayed. It is important that you take your time to read and answer each question, generating a brief moment of suspense.
Note: even if the extension seems fine, the transmission might be tricky; there might be a delay between the streamer's voice when reading the questions and answers, and the moment in which the text is displayed on screen for the viewers to see. Keep this in mind so as not to say the correct option before players can actually answer the question.
- Final results. At this stage, you should show the ranking and announce the winners. Note: Each viewer will be able to see their own score, but the ranking only appears on the streamer's window, so make sure you are ready to take a screenshot using your streaming software, show it to the viewers and announce the winners (you can scroll through the ranking).