Real-Life Squid Game: MrBeast Pledged To Create Netflix Show In Real Life

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MrBeast will soon launch a real-life Squid Game after challenging his followers to get him 10 million likes.

Squid Game officially became Netflix's most-watched show, beating Bridgerton, whose record is 82 million. The Korean series has caught people and the media's attention after the director turned Korean children's games into bloody and carnage-like.

As its popularity continued to rise, more people got interested in joining a real-life Squid Game. One month after the show aired, YouTuber MrBeast would finally make that happen.

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Real-Life Squid Game By MrBeast Coming Soon

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This week, a TikTok user shared the audio from Squid Game's first challenge, Red Light, Green Light. The viewers can recall how the players need to move when the doll has its back turned and freeze once it turns around. The simple audio has since become viral, with 1.6 million videos already used it as their contents' audio.

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One TikTok user, MrBeast, shared his video and pledged to recreate the series in real life once he gets 10 million likes. Fans of the Korean hit series immediately joined the fun and liked the video, hitting the goal and making MrBeast begin the process of making it.

On his Twitter account, he hinted he would go all out in his Squid Game video. He also asked his followers to give him a month to find the 456 random people and make all the sets before finally launching it.

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His followers already expressed their desire to join in MrBeast's Squid Game, asking him to pick those who are less fortunate and fans of the series.

He famously made a game where he asked 100 people to stay inside a circle as long as they could. The final players competed in a game of tag to win $500,000.

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Before MrBeast finally launched his game, the Korean Cultural Center in the UAE had already reenacted the games in the Netflix series.

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They welcomed two teams of 15 participants at the Abu Dhabi office and held the games in two sessions on Tuesday. According to the event page, the players participated in four out of the six games shown in Squid GameRed Light, Green Light, Dalgona Candy challenge, Marbles, and Ddakji.

Winners of the game did not receive a whopping $38 million, but they brought home green tracksuits inspired by the series.

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