New Delhi, June 10: Mocept, a Bangalore-based quiz app company that recently launched one of the most engaging cricket trivia quiz app -Freehit for cricket lovers on Android and iOS platform is conducting an exclusive brand engagement with MapmyIndia this week.
As part of the brand engagement, Freehit quiz will be themed around MapmyIndia, India's leading location technology brand, based out of New Delhi.
Freehit will organize a mega tournament on Thursday 11th June, 2015 where the winner will receive a MapmyIndia Navigator worth Rs. 12,990/-.
Contestants will have to register on the app and then play the quiz. The one with maximum points will walk away with the reward.
Gomathi Sankar, Founder and CEO, Mocept said, "The brand engagement with MapmyIndia validates that Freehit is more than just a quiz platform and is on its way towards becoming a digital interaction medium for brands. We are excited to partner with MapmyIndia."
Freehit comes with an extensive question bank of more than 6,000, it has 20 topics, popular subjects being -- World Cup, ODI, T20, Tests, Legends of Cricket, Rules, Cricketing shots, bowling actions, player jerseys, team names and many more.
Freehit has been gaining popularity among cricket and IPL fans specially.
The daily tournaments have seen ever increasing participation from cricket lovers with more than 1,000 new registrations every day. In its new avatar, players can now challenge their friends to test their cricket IQ.
Rakesh Verma, Managing Director, MapMyIndia said, "FreeHit has proved that their quiz and trivia platform can have a deep and engaging experience with young users. We are pleased to partner with Freehit to engage with the young consumers who are tech-savvy and use smart-phones for entertainment and for utility, and who can benefit immensely from our suite of location based products and services."
The average time spent by a user on Freehit is eight minutes and the company believes that this will go up as they launch new quiz topics with many more sponsorships in the coming months.
To make Freehit accessible to a larger audience, Mocept has also added multi-lingual capabilities to it. Fans can now choose to play in Hindi.