Fox13 Tampa Bay Live Sports Gameshow App

Super Squares™ was featured on Fox13 Tampa Bay by Haley Hinds, FOX 13 News.

In the article titled “Live sports gameshow app exclusive to Bay Area“, the article mentioned that even though Buccaneers fans don’t have a team still in the running, they can still have a lot to cheer for if the play Super Squares™ during the game.

Frank Maggio, a Pinellas County entrepreneur, and creator of Super Squares™ explained how the app “makes your cell phone part of the game. You can win cash, pizzas and even a car just for watching. And people in the Bay Area are getting first dibs. It’s being tested here exclusively, starting this Sunday.”

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Maggio explained that when a football game goes to a commercial break that people’s eyes move to their phones and that he wants to create a way for people to want to watch advertising by making it fun. People pay attention to the game and to ads from the sponsors and then they answer questions and earn points. There are a total of 22 questions over 3 hours and you earn squares based on getting the answers correct. Then, you watch the score of the game and if your square matches the game score you earn more points and advance up the leaderboard.

To see the full story and a video visit Fox13.

ABC Action News WFTS Tampa Bay Game Show App

Super Squares™ featured on ABC Action News WFTS Tampa Bay.

In an on air story by Julie Salomone, Super Squares™ was featured as an exciting new Game Show App that allows people watching football to win pizza, cash and cars.

Visit WFTS for full story and video highlights of the Super Squares™ app.

 

In the interview with Frank Maggio, the local entrepreneur and creator of  “Super Squares”, he explained that it’s a live game show app and it launched for the AFC Championship Playoff Game.

According to Maggio, “Live game shows are among the hottest trends in mobile apps right now,” The game is played on cell phones and it mimics football squares. Players follow a live football game and then answer questions. They are competing to win pizza, cash and even a car.

Maggio explained that “All you really have to do is pay attention. You don’t have to be a genius about football statistics, we’re introducing a new paradigm where sponsors and people can respect each other. People give them their attention, but they’re rewarded for doing it. I think that’s the future of advertising,”

Visit ABC Action News WFTS for the full story and video that shows highlights of the Super Squares™ app.

Super Squares™ Featured on NBC-2

Super Squares™ Live Game Show App Launching Exclusive Test with Cash, Prizes, and New Car, During Football Championship

Local Tampa tech firm cracks code to making advertising a fun game

This is an excerpt. Visit NBC-2 for the full article

TAMPA, Fla. (PRWEB) January 18, 2018

“Interactive advertising pioneer React is opening an exclusive beta test of the “Super Squares” live game show app that gives players real cash and prizes for answering live quiz questions about sports events, and the TV commercials that run during breaks inside the app. More than $50,000 in cash and prizes are on tap to be awarded over a three-weekend span, to up to 65,000 adult residents of the seven county greater Tampa Bay metropolitan region.

The patented technology was developed by long-time Tampa-area advertising innovator Frank Maggio, whose background includes inventing ReacTV®, the first live interactive game show for PC’s and smart phones synced to cable TV systems. Maggio’s passion for sports-related games date back to a windfall he claimed from an 1985 nationally publicized contest he solved, claiming over $20 million in prizes.

“The real challenge in TV advertising is reaching viewers who skip or ignore ads,” Maggio said. “With smart phones in the hands of over 80% of TV viewers, it’s just too easy to look away during breaks. This game solves that problem by transforming advertising into a fun game where people win real prizes and brands get the engagement they crave.”

Visit NBC-2 to see the full story.