At Sheepoll, we are tech and content providers. We have no dreams of running an Opinion Trivia empire with minions all over the world, but we do want to empower those that do. If you already provide a service in the entertainment industry, and have a network of performers under you, why not add a new service to your portfolio that compliments what you are already doing. All of the hard work is already done in this partnership. We have built the technology and have proven the concept. You have the the connections to get it out there.
Plus, we ain’t greedy. We’ve stripped the price down so you can easily make more of a profit per show than we do. At $55 per gig, you can structure and price the show however you like. Help set up a one-person show at a small bar or put on a panel-show spectacular at the Sydney Opera House.
We’ll give you the tools to nail the setup, training and marketing and provide fresh content every week to keep the crowds coming back. You just have to book the gigs and manage the people. We are both already doing this anyway! Let’s jump in bed together and have some fun!
ALRIGHTY, WHAT'S INVOLVED IN MAKING THIS WORK?
1. Sign up to Sheepoll
2. Apply to be a Sheepoll Rep
3. Download your Sheepoll Rep Starter Pack
4. Start recruiting hosts
5. Negotiate your host fees
6. Work out your service structure
7. Start recruiting venues
8. Set up shows
10. Buy a yacht.
"It's a lot more social and interactive than traditional trivia. The boys create a really fun vibe that gets people drinking and coming back for more."
Owner of Saccharomyces Beer Cafe
“A Q&A session where the audience explore our modern-day morals with confronting questions posed to a local comedian and his musical sidekick in the most absurd game show in Brisbane.”
“It is a hybrid of performance and audience interaction with a splash of game show.”
“The masterminds behind Quiz Meisters and hailed trivia kings have gone against the grain and instead devised an ‘anti-trivia’ game show: for those with apprehensions about right and wrong answers.”
“Anti-trivia is the new trivia!”
“Useless, perhaps, yet thought provoking and undeniably amusing.”
“Move over Q&A, there’s a new opinion focused show in town.”