MrBeast, a YouTuber, recreates the Squid Game with a $456,000ws prize pool

In some ways, it’s similar to the program, in which 456 participants compete in a variety of games for the chance to earn cash prizes.

Except for the absence of murder, the idea and games are identical to those in the show.

Numerous attempts have been made to watch the popular Korean drama Squid Game, which is available on Netflix. 

Dalgona Candy Game and many more

Fans have attempted to make their own dalgona candy, purchased Squid Game merchandise, and even traveled to Dubai to attend a live Squid Game event. Despite the initial excitement waning, YouTuber MrBeast has created and presented a real-world Squid Game that is clearly the closest thing to the program.

According to MrBeast, a real-life Squid Game was organized with 456 participants, much like the Netflix show, and it began with the show’s ‘Red Light Green Light’ game. 

MrBeast, a YouTuber, recreates the Squid Game
MrBeast, a YouTuber, recreates the Squid Game

MrBeast, on the other hand, inserted a device beneath their shirt that pops when they are eliminated, therefore sparing the lives of those who did not qualify for the event. Then there’s the dalgona candy game, in which each player carves out their assigned shape.

The film continues with the surviving candidates competing in a variety of activities, including tug of war, marbles, and eventually the glass stepping game. Finally, six players remain in contention for the $456,00 prize pool. This is a predetermined prize pool that does not rise as players are eliminated like it did on the show. 

MrBeast substitutes a musical chairs game for the Squid Game, with the prize money being taken away by one of the surviving competitors.

Similar to Squid Game

The premise of Squid Game is similar to that of the Netflix series, with MrBeast as ‘The Front Man’ and guards dressed in red jumpsuits. Apart from that, the applicants were fairly cooperative, even acting out scenes from the show when they were eliminated.

MrBeast’s Squid Game video has already garnered over 17 million views on YouTube. The YouTuber did, however, recreate the original Squid Game programming very accurately, and many people are sure to be interested in partaking for entertainment purposes.

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