The Filipino game show “GAME KNB?” for its 4th season starting August 23 with Kapamilya host Robi Domingo.
The interactive game show will be played exclusively on the Kumu app and will also be available on Jeepney TV’s Facebook page and YouTube channel starting Monday 12 noon.
In “GKNB 4EVER,” you can win from P25,000 to P100,000 in the Pili-Pinas segment on Tuesdays, while P10,000 will continue to be distributed to lucky players on Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays.
Domingo is thankful for the support of viewers for the popular program that will celebrate its first anniversary in October. It also prepares new segments that will surely interest the viewers.
Among much-awaited segments are ‘Flip-Pinas’ guessing game, the entertaining ‘Robi, Game KNB? Ramdam-Mizer Elevate!’ challenge for Robi himself, as well as the upcoming ‘ GKNB, Akyatan Na’ where the Kumunizen will be randomly selected to climb and play.
Every day you can also win 10,000 Kumu coins at ‘Robi, GKNB? (Team Home) ’segment.
The “Game KNB to co-host with Robi” campaign is also back which will give the Kumunizens the opportunity to be Robi’s special co-host in the program. The first campaign period will take place from August 30 to September 10.
The second campaign will take place from September 20 to October 1.
‘Game KNB?’ returns for Season 4
Season 3 of “Game KNB?” at the same time handing out P1 million to its lucky players only on July 16.
Game Ka Na Ba?, formerly Pilipinas Game Ka Na Ba (stylized as Game KNB?) is a Philippine game show created by ABS-CBN. The main goal of the game is to win 2 million pesos (either 1 million, progressive jackpot, or a brand new car in earlier versions) by answering trivia questions.
The show first aired on October 8, 2001, as Game Ka Na Ba? on the primetime block of ABS-CBN. It was renamed Million-Million Na! Game Ka Na Ba? the following year after a multi-million progressive jackpot was introduced.
In 2003, it was renamed Next Level Na! Game Ka Na Ba?, and a physical round was introduced. The show moved to the noontime block in 2004 and was renamed Pilipinas, Game Ka Na Ba?; it was hosted by Kris Aquino from its premiere until March 3, 2007 to concentrate on Kapamilya, Deal or No Deal.
She was replaced by Edu Manzano on March 5, 2007, until the end of its original run on October 23, 2009. It also aired internationally on The Filipino Channel.