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It’s Pittsburgh vs. the whole sports world in new trivia game

Shirley McMarlin
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You Gotta Know Games has release a Pittsburgh Against the World Sports Trivia Game, with half of the questions being Pittsburgh sports-specific and the other half covering other professional and college sports, including boxing and golf.
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Test your Pittsburgh sports knowledge (and knowledge of all other sports) with the new Pittsburgh Against the World Sports Trivia Game from You Gotta Know Games.

If watching the Steelers this season isn’t challenging enough, make game night a true game night by adding a few rounds of the new Pittsburgh Against the World Sports Trivia Game.

The latest creation of You Gotta Know Games tests fans’ knowledge of not only Pittsburgh sports, but also information from across the sports world.

Half of the game features questions about all things Steel City sports — the Steelers, Pirates, Penguins and more. The other half challenges players’ knowledge of other teams, cities and memorable moments, from professional and college sports to boxing and golf.

“This is the perfect team trivia game that can add the same fun and exciting competition to your next tailgate party as it can to your holiday gatherings,” said one of the game developers, David Gram, in a release. “Players are really going to have to delve into their memory banks to win the game.

“For every Steel Curtain or Mario Lemieux answer, there’s a Tim Foli or Pinklon Thomas reference waiting to seal your team’s fate.”

The game complements the previously released You Gotta Know Pittsburgh Sports Trivia Game.

“The first game was a big hit, so we knew Pittsburgh sports fans would be up for this challenge,” Gram said.

Pittsburgh Against the World Sports Trivia Game is currently available online at and at, and at the Pittsburgh Gift Shop in Ebensburg, Cambria County.

It sells for $24.95.

For those who bleed green, orange or purple instead of black and gold, You Gotta Know Games has also added Against the World versions for Boston, Buffalo, Cleveland, Minnesota and Philadelphia, to go with their 22 other previously released sports trivia games.

Shirley McMarlin is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Shirley at 724-836-5750, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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