Colin Kroll, co-founder of Vine and the CEO of HQ Trivia, died Sunday morning of an alleged drug overdose, according to multiple reports. He was found in his Manhattan apartment after his girlfriend called the police, who were performing a welfare check. He was 34. Kroll, who co-founded the popular 6-second video app Vine, was named chief executive of HQ Trivia, the trivia game app he founded with Rus Yusupov, in August. “We learned today of the passing of our friend and founder, Colin Kroll, and it’s with deep sadness that we say goodbye,” said an HQ spokesperson in an email. “Our thoughts go out to his family, friends and loved ones during this incredibly difficult time.” With only a couple of times per day to play the game, HQ flipped the script on how consumers use apps by dictating when people could use the app, instead of how we use every other app: whenever we want. While the app was a consistent top 10 download in the Apple app store for several months after it initially caught the internet by storm in late fall 2017, the last several months of 2018 saw the trivia game slide out of… Read full this story
- Colin Kroll dead: HQ Trivia and Vine founder dies aged 34
- HQ Trivia and Vine co-founder Colin Kroll dead aged 34
- What was Colin Kroll’s cause of death and when did he found Vine and HQ Trivia?
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