Real life squid game produced by Netflix

Netflix Announced Real-Life Squid Game Reality Shows


R. Gelfenstein - Netflix announced Tuesday that it will produce a reality show called "Squid Game: The Challenge." The streaming company said in a blog post that the show will award the largest cash prize in reality show history: $4.56 million.

In total, 456 players will participate in this game, which will offer competitions inspired by the series.

"Squid Game has captivated the world with a captivating story and iconic images from Director Hwang. We appreciate your support as we bring the fictional world to life in this massive competition and social experience," Brandon Riegg, Vice President of Unscripted and Documentary at Netflix, said in a statement.

According to Netflix, the production will also contain new games. Fortunately, players won't face such a grim fate as the characters in the series. The loser will only return home empty-handed.

If you are a fan of the series and think you have perfected the game of "red light, green light" or recreating the figures with a melted sugar board – much imitated elsewhere from the TikTok challenges – you can request the program on page

According to Netflix, an important requirement is that you must speak English to participate and be over the age of 21 at the time of application.

On the global recruitment page, Netflix describes the competition as the streaming company's biggest social experiment.

They also indicate that participants must be available for 4 weeks in early 2023 and have a passport that allows them to travel to the locations where the competition will be held.

Anyone who wants to be part of this program should submit a one-minute video describing their game plan and what they would do to win over $4 million.

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