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Muqaabla, Quiz Game App To Launch On Oct 8

Kolkata, Oct 4 (UNI) 'Muqaabla', an exciting quiz app that lets you win real prize money will be launched on October 8 and will run for 12 consecutive weeks ending December 28, 2018.
Anyone can download the app from the Google Play Store for free, register and start playing, a release issued here today said.

'Muqaabla' can be played in English and Hindi, five times a week from Monday to Friday. Everyday there will be two sessions, one in Hindi and one in English. One can win up to Rs. 10,000 daily by answering 10 simple questions correctly.
A player will start each session with 10,000 points. Each session consists of 10 questions split into 3 rounds. The first and second round consists of 4 questions each. If the player answers the question correctly, he or she gets 2,000 points and if answered incorrectly, loses 1,000 points.
The third round, also known as the “Bouncer” round, will have 2 challenging questions. If the player answers correctly, he or she wins 4,000 point and if answered incorrectly, loses 1,000 points. At the end of this round, the player with the highest score will receive the prize money. If there are multiple players with the highest score, the prize money will be split equally among all such players.
The rewards will be paid quickly through a mobile wallet so there will not be any long wait. After the regular season ends on December 28, the top scorers for both Hindi and English will be eligible to participate in a Mega Finale, scheduled for January 2019 and where they have an opportunity to win an additional Rs 50,000, the release said.
The game will have picture-based questions. First, a hint will appear on the screen after which the question and the picture will be displayed. Then the player will get four options out of which he or she has to choose the correct answer within a given time. Once the player has selected the answer, the correct answer will be displayed with an explanation.
Avi Sengupta, CEO, Zivanta Analytics said in a statement, 'Muqaabla is a game that will not only test your smartness and general knowledge, but also let you win cash prizes daily. Through Muqaabla we want to harness the power of the mobile phone and reach out to players across all ages across the country. The idea is to create something that brands would like to connect with to reach out to their potential customers across India.'
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