Gameshow app HQ Trivia dropped its normal video game on Sunday night and commemorated its cofounder Colin Kroll, who passed away at age 34 over the weekend.

The app did not air its routine program out of regard, and rather host Scott Rogowsky kept in mind Kroll with a little eulogy.

“Colin, or CK as we called him, held true visionary who altered the video game two times. Initially with Vine, and after that with this extremely app,” Rogowsky stated.

Rogowsky likewise revealed that since Kroll was an animal fan– who would periodically bring his canine Tater to the workplace– HQ contributed what would have been Sunday night’s $25,000 reward to The Humane Society in his memory.

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Other HQ workers grieved his handing down social networks, consisting of hosts Sharon Carpenter and Lauren Gambino, along with Kroll’s HQ cofounder Rus Yusupov.