Jeopardy Font 

About The Font

The font used in the logo of Jeopardy! is similar to the font called “Gyparody Hv“, a font designed by Ray Larabie and published by Typodermic Fonts in 2012. It is a font inspired by the logo of the show, but it is not officially endorsed by Jeopardy. It is commonly used in design projects to give them a TV show or quiz competition vibe, and it is available in uppercase letters, punctuation marks, and diacritical letters. It is a commercially free font, so you can use it anywhere.

The Gyparody font family contains 2 styles:

1. Gyparody Hv (Heavy)

Gyparody Hv

2. Gyparody Rg (Regular)

Gyparody Rg Regular

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Font at a Glance 

Font Family Name Gyparody
Font TypeSans Serif
Units per EM1000
Designed byRay Larabie
Designer URL
Versionv 4.001
Release date 2012
Glyph count 372
Character count367
File type OpenType and TrueType 
Copyright(c) 2000-2012 Typodermic Fonts Inc. See attached license agreement. If agreement is missing visit for more info.
TrademarkGyparody is a trademark of Typodermic Fonts Inc.
License Free for commercial uses 


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