Consider Gifting This Game to Your Favorite Wisconsin Sports Fan

This new game could be perfect for the sports fan in your life.

Looking for the perfect gift for a Wisconsin sports lover? With the holidays just around the corner, the new You Gotta Know Wisconsin Sports Trivia Game is something to consider putting under the tree. 

This trivia game consists of 500 questions of fun facts and debatable topics on the players, coaches and teams that make the Badger State a prominent part of the sports world. The questions range from various sports, eras and legends, or teams like the Bucks, Brewers and Badgers.

“This has been a sports year unlike any other, so what better time to celebrate everything that makes sports fun for the fans,” David Gram, one of the game’s developers, said in a press release. “Even if we can’t watch our favorite teams in person right now, we all remember the players and teams and moments that made us fans. From Lombardi, Yount, and The Big O to Rodgers, Giannis and Harvey’s Wallbangers, this game is a lifetime of Wisconsin sports memories in a 5×7 box.”



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The game can be the perfect way to spend the holiday’s indoors this year.

“This is a game you can enjoy whether you’re together around the table or even connecting virtually with your family and friends. It’s perfect for reliving some of your favorite sports memories, along with a healthy dose of friendly competition,” Gram said in the release.

The You Gotta Know Wisconsin Sports Trivia Game is a part of a set of 33 other sports trivia games from across the United States. It costs $19.95, and can be purchased on its website or through Amazon. They also sell options for other states and cities around the country. 



Skyler Chun is an editorial intern at Milwaukee Magazine. She is currently a sophomore at Marquette University studying Journalism and Digital Media.