After finishing school, many young adults are left with thousands of dollars of debt that will require countless hours of work to pay off—but Givling proposes a different way to pay off student loans.
Knowing that anyone can appreciate a fun game, Givling is set up in trivia style to test players on current events and pop culture. To begin a game, players muse contribute $0.50 per round in order to initiate the questions. From there, players are randomly paired with two other players and at the end of the day, the team that has managed to collect the highest number of points is awarded a monetary prize. Once funding for Givling reaches $1 million, players can sign up for a queue to have their loans paid off as part of a payout program.
Since student debt is a problem that only continues to grow, Givling provides a clever solution to it by taking inspiration from popular games like Quiz Up and Trivia Crack.
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