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A star of the hit show The Chase will battle it out against two Kiwis in Believe It or Not's online pub quiz tonight at 7.30pm.

Shaun Wallace, better known as "The Dark Destroyer" has teamed up with the New Zealand pub to entertain people during lockdown.

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The New Zealand company, Believe It Or Not Quiz Nights is keeping trivia fans entertained by posting quizzes to its Facebook page.

They hosted its first live-streamed pub quiz on YouTube last Wednesday, where two players compete against each other and viewers can play along at home.

For tonight's quiz, the stakes are even higher, as two Kiwis prepare to take on the pub quiz mastermind.

Speaking from his home in London, Wallace told Mike Hosking he has been keeping himself occupied while on lockdown prepping for the quiz event.

"I still keep up my training regime," he says.

"I look at old or recent [quiz shows] like Mastermind and just test myself," Wallace said.

He denied that he is treating tonight's event as a friendly match.

"Although it's good training, I'm actually here to win."

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He encouraged everyone to tune in tonight for the event.

"It's going to be good fun besides serious competition between myself and my opponents."

Wallace was hosted by the quiz company last November when he presented the New Zealand Pub Quiz championships.

The star even tuned in to the company's quiz last Wednesday in preparation for tonight's encounter.

The Believe It Or Not Quiz Nights company is founded by Brendan Lochead.

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