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You can win 20 thousand rupees sitting at home on Sunday, small work will have to be done on Amazon App

Amazon App Quiz March 13, 2022: A new edition of Daily App Quiz has started on the e-commerce platform Amazon. Online shopping platform Amazon is giving a chance to win Rs 20,000 on Amazon Pay Balance in its quiz today. This quiz is available on Amazon’s mobile app. For information, let us tell you that this daily quiz starts every day at 8 in the morning and continues till 12 in the night. The quiz consists of five questions from General Knowledge (GK) and Current Affairs.

To win such huge prizes, you have to answer all the questions asked in the quiz correctly. Four options are given in each question asked during the quiz. The name of the winner of today’s quiz will be announced on March 14. He will be selected through lucky draw.

How To Play Quiz?
If you do not have Amazon App in your phone, then to play the quiz first you have to download it.

After downloading and installing you have to sign in.

After that open the app and scroll down the home screen. Where at the bottom you will find the banner of ‘Amazon Quiz’.

Here we are telling you five questions of today’s quiz as well as their answers. So go play and win 20,000 Amazon Pay Balance.

Question 1: Which global tech giant intends to buy Activision Blizzard, the makers of games such as Candy Crush, Call of Duty, Warcraft and Diablo?
Answer 1: Microsoft.

Question 2: The Crimean Peninsula in the news, these days is located in which continent?
Answer 2: Europe.

Question 3: In January 2022, which West Indies all-rounder picked up 4 wickets in four balls in a rare feat?
Answer 3: Jason Holder.

Question 4: In the tomb of which pharaoh is a man depicted carrying an egg of this bird?
Answer 4: Haremhab.

Question 5: This lego figure depicts which character?
Answer 5: Albus Dumbledore.

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