We want to share some tips with you so you can get the most out of your Trivia Crack stream!
The game is intended as a trivia show in which you act as the host. For that reason, we recommend using a tone similar to trivia TV show hosts, combined with your own style. Remember that the main goal is to have fun while playing with your audience, but carrying out the game hosting in a lighthearted and energetic way will always attract more people!
It is important that, depending on your style, you indicate each stage of the game to the viewers and explain how they can participate.
- First of all, you need to explain the rules. Remember that your viewers may not know how to participate, so taking time to slowly and clearly review how to play will be essential.
- Then you must highlight that, in order to participate, viewers must log in to Twitch and grant permission to the extension from the menu that is displayed in its icon, on the right side of the screen (see screenshots).
- Trivia time! When the trivia begins, remember to manage the way the questions and the trivia comment are displayed at your own pace. It is important that you take your time to read and answer each question, creating a brief moment of suspense. Note: even if the extension seems to be working fine, streaming can be tricky; there may be a delay between the streamer's voice reading the questions and answers and when the text is displayed on the screen for viewers to see. Keep this in mind so as not to reveal the correct answer before the players can answer the question.
- Final results. At this stage, you will need to display the rankings and announce the winners.
Note: each viewer will be able to see their own score, but the overall ranking only appears in the streamer window, so make sure you're ready to take a screenshot with your streaming software, show it to viewers, and announce the winners (you can scroll through the classification).