National Trivia Day is an annual holiday celebrated on January 4th in the United States.

The holiday was created to honor the game of trivia, which involves answering questions about various subjects.

Trivia games can be played in a variety of settings, including in person or online.

The word “trivia” is derived from the Latin “trivium,” which means “a place where three roads meet.”

Trivia games can be played by people of all ages and can cover a wide range of topics, from history and science to pop culture and sports.

Many people celebrate National Trivia Day by hosting trivia nights at local pubs or participating in online trivia tournaments.

There are also many apps and websites that allow people to play trivia games anytime, anywhere.

Some popular trivia game shows include Jeopardy!, Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?, and The Weakest Link.

There are numerous trivia clubs and organizations dedicated to the game, such as the International Trivia Association and the World Quizzing Championship.

National Trivia Day is a great opportunity to test your knowledge, learn new things, and have fun with friends and family.