QuizTix: International Rugby now and flex your rugby muscle.

Just in time for the Rugby World Cup, the game they play in heaven is now available on mobile and tablet devices with the launch of Quiztix: International Rugby today from games developer QuizTix. Fans from around the world can test their rugby knowledge with the free trivia game by answering questions across 18 categories about players and history from the global oval ball game.

Available on iOS and Android and with over 500 questions covering topics like Rugby Sevens, Super Rugby and World Cup History rugby fans will be in heaven. Know the name of the Clint Eastwood movie about the 1995 Rugby World Cup or in which year France first defeat England in the international tournament?

Answer as many questions as possible to fill your rugby stadium with international fans. Don’t forget to unlock all the achievements on the way. Spin the prize wheel to win bonuses and if you get stuck in a ruck on a particularly tricky question then use a hint, ‘I WIN!’ or share the question on Facebook and Twitter.

Got a mate who reckons they know everything there is to know about rugby? Put their knowledge to the test with QuizTix: International Rugby then see how they compare with you via in-game leaderboards.

Countries can even go head to head to see who has the greatest fans with an international country leaderboard – coming soon!

QuizTix: International Rugby is free to download and available today on the App Store, Google Play and Amazon Appstore. It’s the latest game from QuizTix following on from six other trivia games – from the BBC co-branded BBC Comedy Genius to World Football and Movies – that have taken the mobile trivia field by storm.

QuizTix games combine engaging gameplay with lots of exciting features that keep players coming back for more. Cross-platform play allows players to start a game on their iPad on the sofa and continue their game on their Android phone on the bus. You can even play offline.

Players can enjoy the whole game for free or power up their game with in-app-purchases.

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