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Get The Buzz On Nightclub And Bar 2015

The taxing preparation and long hours invested by thousands of exhibitors from the bar and restaurant industry came to fruition last week at Nightclub and Bar 2015, where new products were demonstrated, connections were made, and entrepreneurs and bar managers alike came to capitalize on the annual experience. The humble Buzztime squad, composed of Executive,…
NCB Show 2015 Tradeshow Booth

iDigitalTimes: A Bar Trivia Revolution Is Being Led By a Legendary Game Designer Who Wants Drunk People To Feel Smart

Written By: Andre Whalen Published By: iDigitaltimes.com You may be familiar with the many downsides of bar trivia. The trivia itself can be too hard or too easy. One team usually dominates; fun if it’s your team, not so much if it’s not. Being on a small team up against the entire law firm of…

Fox 8 TV News: Trivia game company hopes to score with restaurant goers through pay option

Written By: Joe Dominguez Published By: http://myfox8.com THOMASVILLE, N.C. – Picking a specific restaurant for a night out can vary on many things including what type of food you’re in the mood for or how close the eatery is to your home. But what you do at the table can also be a big motivator.…

Forbes: Tabletop Tablet Service — Coming To A Restaurant Near You

Written By: Lisa R. Melsted Published By: http://forbes.com If you’ve eaten at a casual dining restaurant lately, you’ve likely already seen them—tablet computers that allow diners to order their own food and drinks, play games or jukebox music, and pay their bills, all from the comfort of their own table. Over the past year, a…

Techcrunch: Restaurant News – Tables, Tablets, Data And Eating

The BEOND tablets let Buffalo Wild Wings Guests order food, request songs and television programming, play games (both multi-player and arcade-style), and, pay the bill. Initial research has shown customers are staying 75 minutes, compared to the industry average of 50 minutes. Source: http://techcrunch.com by Vladimir Edelman, chief development officer of NTN Buzztime, a bar…

Introducing OpinioNation LIVE – A Brand New Way to Make Tuesday the New Friday

Forget the Facts – It’s a Popularity Contest! Buzztime is proud and excited to bring bars and restaurants a new way to drive traffic on slow nights through on-demand live events! OpinioNation LIVE is the newest gaming option available on Buzztime’s tabletop tablets and Classic platforms. This unique, team-based game has the fun, social elements…
OpinioNation LIVE for bars

VentureBeat: Buzztime’s tablet games turn dead restaurants into party spots (exclusive)

Article writen by  Dean Takahashi, Lead Writer for GamesBeat at VentureBeat. If you’d rather not look at your date in a restaurant or bar, maybe you can play a tablet game instead. Recognizing the potential to boost activity at quiet restaurants, Buzztime provides tablets with games and interactive menus to restaurants that need more help becoming nighttime party spots. Buzztime…

Venturebeat/Gamesbeat: Buzztime’s Tablet Games Turn Dead Restuarants into Party Spots

“The hospitality industry is ripe for innovation in digital gaming, and Buzztime is in a prime position to pave the way given their decades of experience in the space,” said Michael Cai, the senior vice president of games and digital for market analysis firm Interpret. Source: http://venturebeat.com By: Dean Takahashi If you’d rather not look…

MediaPost: Buzztime Named Finalist in MediaPost’s 2012 Digital Out-of-Home Awards

Buzztime nominated for Digital Out-of-Home Award Interactive Guest Surveys recognized at annual competition Buzztime was named a finalist in MediaPost’s 2012 Digital Out-of-Home Awards. The entertainment and marketing services company was recognized for the successful in-venue interactive guest surveys for both the Buffalo Wild Wings Flavor Fanatics and the Hooters Wings Survey campaigns. The surveys…

Nation’s Restaurant News: Trivia game programs help boost repeat traffic, check averages

“‘We feel like it’s helped with frequency,’ said Diana Switzer, division sales manager for the Northern division of Hooters of America. ‘Just having it available is a positive — not necessarily because people that come in for trivia are a core group, but people that do are coming in two or three times a week…