Do you like money? If your answer is yes, you should definitely be playing Skilli World. This free-to-download trivia app from developer Under The Tree dishes out cash prizes for answering basic true or false questions.
And for the next few weeks it does something else, too. In honor of (partly) outgoing Jeopardy! host Alex Trebek, who was diagnosed with stage 4 pancreatic cancer in March, Under The Tree will donate up to $100,000 to the National Pancreatic Cancer Foundation.
To participate, all you need to do is register a new profile on Skilli World – using the promo code 4ALEX, and make a deposit. For every new user who does this, Under The Tree will donate $5.
Plus, you’ll automatically be entered into a prize draw worth $1000, with the lucky winner to be announced via Instagram when the Skilli Cares campaign ends, on December 15th.
Skilli World, in case you don’t already know, is the most generous trivia app on the market, with the best player-to-prize ratio. This is thanks to the app’s player limit, which ensures that the prize pool is shared among a comparatively small group of winners.
We love you Alex
Quizzes in Skilli World take place at 9.30pm EST every day, with players answering up to 15 questions in Daily Mastermind Tournaments. Getting an answer wrong means crashing out, though you can take along an extra life, called a SkillUP, to help you out of a jam.
While Skilli World is free to download, entering a Daily Mastermind Tournament costs $5. However, your first one doesn’t cost anything, as you’ll get a Golden Ticket for a free game when you sign up.
That’s $5 to you, $5 to the National Pancreatic Cancer Foundation, and a prize draw ticket potentially worth $1000. Not bad for 30 seconds’ work.