HQ Trivia host and 'Quiz Daddy' Scott Rogowsky is officially leaving the game show
- HQ Trivia poster boy and host Scott Rogowsky is out.
- "Nothing in my decade-plus entertainment career has meant more to me personally and professionally than my involvement with HQ," Rogowsky said in a statement to TMZ.
- Rogowsky can now be found on sports streaming service DAZN as one of the hosts of a show named "ChangeUp."
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The face of HQ Trivia, Scott Rogowsky, is out as host.
Rogowsky is moving full-time to DAZN, a sports streaming service, as co-host of a baseball show named "ChangeUp." He is Quiz Daddy - the nickname many of his fans took to calling him - no longer.He confirmed his exit from HQ Trivia with TMZ on Friday.
"Nothing in my decade-plus entertainment career has meant more to me personally and professionally than my involvement with HQ," he told TMZ. "While the decision to leave HQ was a difficult one, I am delighted to begin this next chapter in my career with the amazing people at MLB and DAZN."
According to the TMZ report, Rogowsky attempted to stay on as an HQ Trivia host on weekends, "but CEO Rus Yusupov wouldn't budge." Rogowsky's new show "ChangeUp" interferes time-wise with HQ Trivia weekday broadcasts.
Representatives from HQ Trivia didn't respond to a request for comment.
PUT IT IN THE BOOKS! A @Mets win concludes my 1st day on air with @DAZN_USA's new live look-in baseball show #ChangeUp! Subscribe to https://t.co/rA4xrkYGcs & watch me 7-10p ET Mon-Fri alongside @adnansvirk giving you the best action from every @MLB game + Rico Brogna references pic.twitter.com/t9CMb28O8U- Scott Rogowsky (@ScottRogowsky) March 28, 2019