Looking for a pub quiz for your venue? Look no further.
The Warp Point Pub Quiz is a weekly quiz spectacular that brings players together in pubs across the country for one BIG pub quiz, beamed straight to the big screens in your venue.
That means quizzes with up to tens of thousands of players, playing along in hundreds of pubs, with bigger prizes, higher stakes, and much more fun.
The best part? It's completely free for venues to run!
No fees. No subscriptions. No risk.
It's really easy to get started - come the big night, all you need to do is pull up our website on a TV in your venue, and we handle the rest
So what are you waiting for? Fill in the box below to claim your FREE starter pack, and we'll be in touch to show how you can start offering a Warp Point quiz in your venue today!
How Does It Work?
Our live-hosted quiz goes out on our website, once a week. All you have to do is pull up the webpage on your venue's TVs, or hook us up to sound system, and you're done! All the questions, answers, venue-specific leaderboards, and our very own quiz master will display automatically.
Quizzers play along using their phones, competing LIVE with thousands of players nationwide. Questions, answers, leaderboards - everything they need is right there in the palm of their hand, no apps required.
As Seen on the BBC
As the world's first live hosted, nationwide quiz, we've been changing the quizzing landscape since our inception - and in 2023, we attracted the attention of the BBC, who came to cover our quiz with Geek Retreat.
A hectic day of filming followed, including lifting the lid on our behind-the-scenes operations, with the broadcast culminating by going live from one of our quizzes on the evening news, showing the full house we'd drawn full of happy quizzers
This year, we're setting out to change pub quizzes forever with our next-generation of pub quiz.
A live, nationwide quiz that brings players together across the country to compete for great prizes.
The best bit? Like all our quizzes, it's completely free for pubs to run.
Several times a year, we bring geeks in Geek Retreats across the country came together to test their nerdy knowledge in the geekiest quiz around.
With video games to be won, and questions on everything from anime to Zanarkand (do you see what we did there), we've been filling venues week in, week out, bringing new people into the cafes, and creating communities around the quizzes.
Way back in 2020/21, when the pandemic struck, things looked pretty bleak for charities, with almost all of their main funding streams cut off overnight.
At the time, we were just putting the finishing touches to what would go on to become Warp Point. We saw that a platform like ours, which had the ability to bring people across the planet together for huge, interactive virtual events, was needed more than ever before.
Throughout the pandemic we worked with charities from around the world to help run huge virtual quiz events, bringing in vital donations to help them survive. Here's just a selection of the causes we helped.
The Great West Mids Quiz was something that had never been done before.
In October 2023, to help local charities recover from the pandemic, hundreds of players across the West Midlands came together to raise money for over 40 local causes
With an incredible prize donated by the West Midlands Safari Park of a night in the Red Panda Cottage, coverage on the BBC, and even on the big screen before football games at Coventry City and Walsall FC, it was an unforgettable evening of quizzing action, with one very happy winner, and thousands raised for local causes
Cause: The Covert Theatre, New Zealand
With longer lockdowns than we suffered in the UK, the Covert Theatre reached out looking to engage their supporters and keep them entertained at home.
One quiz and $3,500 NZD raised later, their future was secured
Cause: The Caenhill Countryside Centre
A name you may have heard on Facebook or YouTube, when the pandemic hit, the Caenhill Countryside Centre lost most of their income overnight.
Looking for a way to interact with their social media following, they put on several interactive quizzes throughout the lockdown, having a laugh and raising money!
Cause: Special Effect
Special Effect are a gaming charity, providing special hardware like customised controllers to enable those with disabilities to enjoy all the fun of gaming.
Looking to bring their staff together across the country for a company quiz, SEGA used Warp Point to raise money for a cause close to their hearts
Twitch Streamer: Lomadiah
Causes: Shelter, LGBT Foundation
Twitch streamers have long been passionate about helping good causes, and none moreso than Lomadiah.
She turned to Warp Point to help raise money for two causes close to her heart, turning her Twitch stream into an interactive quiz for her tens of thousands of followers.