Linkedin, world’s largest professional network in association with ESPN, the one-step destination for all things sport, today, announced the launch of the Linkedin ESPN office sports Quiz for working professionals. The registrations for this joint initiative for corporate across the country are open.

The consumer insights gathered by ESPN indicates that sport has been one of the top discussion topics amongst white-collar business professionals. The multi-sport linkedin ESPN office sports quiz is an attempt to provide a platform to these discerning sports fans in offices and workplaces to demonstrate their sports knowledge, unique skills as a team, passion for sport and get rewarded for it.

Srividya Gopani, director of brand and consumer marketing, APAC and China at Linkedin said, “People often find inspiration for their personal and professional lives from the sports they follow.  We are really excited to partner with ESPN for the office sports quiz, to see our members collaborate with each other, enjoy a common interest, and spur a sense of community at the workplace. At linkedin, we believe in helping our members become better professionals and this is an interesting way to encourage passions, connections and conversations beyond the workplace.”

Akshaya Kolhe, head of sales, ESPN, said, “ESPN is continually engaging with sports fans through various interactive shows and engaging fun contact to keep their passions for sports alive. We all have grown up participating in quiz competition and sports quizzies, it is our attempt to bring back the same flavor and competitiveness for the present-day fans. By making it multi-sports including cricket, our attempt is to tap the ever-increasing multi-sport interest in India.”


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