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Play TV to launch 'Quizmaster' on 9 September

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MUMBAI: Starting 9 September, the interactive and gaming channel PlayTV will launch a show named Quizmaster. The one hour show, will air at 8 pm.

The show Quizmaster, according to an official release, it will no more be a theoretical, intellectual event, rather be a fun filled game of luck and intelligence that involves the entire family at the comfort of one?s home.

Participating in the show is stated to be simple and if the six questions are correctly answered, one can win the jackpot amount of Rs 1 lakh. A participant will have to answer five questions correctly to be eligible for the sixth question for jackpot.

After answering the first three questions correctly, a participant wins Rs 3,000. Even if he answers the fourth question incorrectly, he can take home Rs 3,000, informs an official release.

On answering the fourth question appropriately, the participant wins Rs 5,000 and if he answers the fifth question correctly, he wins Rs 10,000. However if he answers the sixth jackpot question incorrectly, he will lose whatever he won on the show, informs the release.

The show introduces a unique concept of using a Randomizer to select the live caller. That is not all, the show also has a play-along round where in if the caller is unable to answer the question the same is open for viewers to answer and win Rs.1000 at the comfort of their living room.

Speaking on the launch of Quizmaster, Play TV MD Amit Goenka said, "PlayTV has a loyal set of young viewers who enjoy this new genre of entertainment where interactivity is an integral part of television viewing. Quizmaster is a show that will appeal to viewers across age groups. It is a family activity that everyone can sit together, watch and participate in."

Play TV is the first 24 hours interactive and gaming channel, managed by Dakshin Media Solutions, which is an enterprise of the Subhash Chandra-promoted Essel Group.

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