Yes it is. Trivia is a word that must be from Latin. Both in Latin and English, the meaning of the word Trivia is very different from the word "Trivia" in the modern. In modern ages, Trivia is used to interpret ordinary things, commonplace, and unimportant facts. Trivia is a game of questions. Of course the questions are the subject of the game in Trivia are information and facts that absolutely not important. An example, In 100 years of Major League Baseball throughout the entire 20th Century, how many umpires were inducted into baseball's Hall of Fame? The answer is, 8.
Trivia gives questions that are not important, but many people know the answer. Sometimes you just know. Like when people yawn, you will know that person is sleepy. Categories in trivia that are often played are science, history, slogans, sports, and pop culture. Categories are easy to understand in general. Even though this game looks so much fun, it will be a very tense compilation of the player’s go-ahead to answer each other. Cause, usually the answers in trivia are easy to guess.
Good general knowledge can be found easily in everyday life. Look around you. Learn how things work. Search for information sources from various places. Watch some television programs so you can find out popular information. You can read books, magazines, listen to the radio, anything that contains information. To become an expert in trivial matters, you must be diligent in trying to play trivia. The internet provides free trivia games in various categories. Even on the internet, trivia provides correct answers and information if you answer a question incorrectly.
The game of baseball has a lot of enthusiasts from all over the world. Because of it, trivia has a category for baseball too. If you do not belong to people who like baseball, you do not have to worry. Trivia also has other sports. Because sports become a common topic and interesting to understand. Have you ever seen someone you do not like, coming to watch the same baseball game with you? It is such a fun fact that baseball sports have. People do not come to fight, but to cheer their players closer than television. Have you tried to play trivia with baseball categories? You will know the fun of it.