Sinha headlined the event on Tuesday, which was hosted by The Blame Game's Colin Murphy. Cork comedian Emma Doran was also on the bill.
The general knowledge brainbox has appeared on the popular quiz show for over a decade, taking up the nickname The Sinnerman in a bid to stop contestants winning a cash prize.
His fellow Chaser Darragh Ennis has revealed how he wouldn't have made it onto the show without the help of his local GAA club.
He went on a long unbeaten run on the daytime hit and has the nickname 'The Menace' on the popular series.
A professor in Oxford, Darragh has become a formidable opponent for any quizzer on The Chase.
But he wouldn't have got as far as he was without the help of Éire Óg Oxford GAA club.
Irish star of The Chase explains how local GAA club helped him get onto hit quiz show
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