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Capturing Leads with your Trivia Bar game.

Here's how to configure your Data Collection settings on a Self-Paced game.

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Written by Victor Aquino
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Trivia Bar games are great for capturing leads. We have 3 different pre-set modes that you can fully customize and even add your own Survey to it.

To set up the Data Collection in your game, click the Edit button on your game and scroll down to the Data Collection section.

Here's how each one works:


This works best for games where your players won't spend much time and get instant recognition for participating.

Players will be greeted with a single registration field that asks for their names.

Lead Capture

It has 3 required fields, First Name, Last Name, and Email.

You can also add or remove other fields such as Title, Company, etc.

If you have built a Survey, you can also attach it to your game's registration screen.


If you're not collecting data and want to control who in your organization or event has access to the game, you'll want to upload their information to the backend and assign them a PIN or Passcode to enter the game.

Learn more about Pre-Registration here.

Domain Restrictions

Do you need your players to use their work email to play? You can limit which email addresses your players use when registering with Domain Restrictions.

  1. Click the Edit button on your game

  2. Scroll down to Data Collection and turn on Domain Restrictions

  3. From here you can Always Allow or Always Block email domains

In this example, we have blocked players from using gmail, yahoo, and outlook. They can login with anything else.

And here, we're making sure our players ONLY use our company's domain, which is Anyone trying to login with any other domain won't be able to play the game.

Downloading Lead Data

Now that you've captured leads, all you have to do is:

  1. Click the Manage button on your game

  2. Click on the Download button next to the Result Set that was active during the game

  3. Open the Excel file to find all player information, including scores, survey answers, and other game data.

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