If the summers weren't already scorching enough, trust QBIT and UNESQUO to make them hotter for you. Starting June 3st, 2018 at 8:00 P.M., Q-BIT brings to you Summer Slam 2018. A month of intense quizzing where you combat your way towards the winning prize by answering a plethora of questions that are sure to leave you flabbergasted. So buckle up. It is time to tackle the incessant barrage of questions, race against time and slam your way to glory! 

  • Code of Active Competition : An active leader-board will be maintained, which we will updated in periodic intervals. 
  • Code for Question Timing : Everyday, the question will be released at 8:00 PM sharp. We will strictly adhere to the timing of the question. 
  • Answer Deliverance Act : The correct answer, together with complete explanation will be posted after sufficient time. While the answer isn't out, the question remains open.
  • Code for Cryptic Clues : The title of the question and/or the URL of the images we put up can be hints, so watch out!
  • Scoring Pattern Charter :The scoring methodology is made crystal clear in the last section.
  • Need for Speed : The questions will mostly be googleable, so the faster you post your answer, more chances of you winning! 
  • International Code of No Panic : No matter what happens, believe in the Force. May it always be with you.

  • Crack the question and post the answer as a commentComments are moderated and would only be visible after the answer is posted. 
  • Do try to hit the nail on the head in one go. This is not Mystique-style (enter all possible guesses and proceed to the next level) quizzing. In case of multiple answers from one participant, only the last answer would be considered valid, with all previous ones considered void, and the time of posting of this last comment would be applicable in score calculation.


  • Do not compromise the spirit of the game. Beware that instances of foul play will lead to disqualification. Summer Slam is best enjoyed as a lone wolf.


The methodology of calculating the points scored is as follows:
  • Every question is worth 100 points.
  • The points are divided by the number of correct answers to give the average score, say the number of correct answers is 20, so the average is 5 points.
  • The first person gets the maximum points, then the average points are subtracted for each subsequent answer. In our example, the first person gets 100, the next gets (100-5)=95, then (95-5)=90 and so on.
  • All decimals are rounded off..
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We wish you all great fortune in the quizzing battles to come. 

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