The Voice launches play-along game
BBC One talent show 'The Voice' has launched a play-along game, The Voice Predictor Game, ahead of the start of its second series.
'The Voice' has launched a play-along game ahead of the start of its second series.
The BBC One talent show is returning for another run on March 30 and to celebrate, The Voice Predictor Game has been unveiled, and it offers a second-screen experience for the programme, which involves viewers trying to think like the coaches.
The Voice Predictor will allow online and mobile audiences to engage with the show while it is on air, as well as access other content.
On Saturday nights users play a 'Team Predictor' points-based challenge alongside each transmission.
As each artist auditions on screen, players must decide which coach's team they will join, and more points are earned for quicker answers.
It will also be adapted for the Battles, Knockouts and Live Stages.
The game is available now on the BBC website and will also launch soon as a downloadable app for iOS and Android mobile devices.
Sir Tom Jones, Jessie J, will.iam and Danny O' Donoghue are all returning in their roles as coaches.