Drag queen superstar RuPaul will host the new game show on LGBT network Logo.

Gay For Play is a half-hour comedic trivia game show where a panel of six celebrities help two contestants answer pop culture questions to win cash and prizes.

The show is scheduled to première alongside the eighth season of RuPaul’s popular Drag Race in spring.

“After reaching ten consecutive quarters of year-over-year ratings growth, Logo is continuing on its track as one of the fastest-growing cable networks,” said Pamela Post, SVP of original programming for Logo.

“From fresh comedic voices, to the phenomenal RuPaul and a new partnership with GLAAD, Logo will build on its momentum with a diverse slate of quality series and specials that keep audiences enthralled.”

Logo also recently confirmed a second season of RuPaul’s All Stars Drag Race.

The TV network confirmed that a number of fan favourites would return for the second season of the drag show’s spin-off.

All Stars sees past contestants from across seasons return for a second shot at a spot in the ‘Drag Race Hall of Fame’.

The cult drag reality contest has aired for seven seasons so far.

The new All Stars series is expected to feature drag queens from across all the seasons – with a host a favourites destined to return.

RuPaul said at the time: “They arrive as drag artists. They leave as international stars.

“The chance to bring back the best of the best for a new season of All Stars is a dream come true for me and their legions of fans around the world.”