What is the American version of Quidditch?

A variant of Quidditch, Quodpot was invented in the eighteenth century by Abraham Peasegood, and was the most popular wizarding game in the United States.

Whats Quodpot?

Quodpot is an American broom game variant of Quidditch invented by Abraham Peasegood. It has eleven players per side and an exploding leather ball called the Quod (QA8, Pm). The aim of each team is to move the Quod to a pot on the opposite side of the pitch, which earns them a point.

How do you play Quodpot?

Players toss the Quod back and forth, like an explosive game of hot potato. If a player is still holding it when it explodes, that player must leave the pitch. When a player gets the Quod to the pot, the scorer’s team is awarded a point, and a new Quod is brought out.

What sport does Ilvermorny?

Quidditch Cup (Ilvermorny)

Is there Quidditch at Ilvermorny?

The Quidditch Cup was an award given out at Ilvermorny School of Witchcraft and Wizardry to the house that won the school’s yearly inter-house Quidditch tournament.

Is the Ilvermorny quiz on Pottermore?

Pottermore.com, now known as WizardingWorld.com, has mysteriously removed the official Ilvermorny Sorting Quiz from its website. The Ilvermorny Sorting Quiz let fans learn which house they belonged to at the American Wizarding School.

Is there Quidditch in Ilvermorny?

What sports are played at Ilvermorny?

People play all kinds of sports at Ilvermorny, with clubs and even just friends getting together. However, the only sports with official school teams (either House teams for in-school competitions or all-school teams for tournaments with the other American schools) are Quodpot, Quidditch, soccer, and baseball.

Why did Pottermore remove Ilvermorny?

Rowling quickly received backlash for her work on Ilvermorny due to allegations of cultural appropriation and copyright infringement. The disappearance of the Ilvermorny House Quiz may signal that there will be no further references to Ilvermorny in the Fantastic Beasts film series.