RED LIGHT, GREEN LIGHT. I’m assuming there’s no actual death involved. Netflix‘s “Squid Game“ was viewed over 1.65 BILLION hours in its first four weeks alone. It is Netflix’s most-viewed original series of all time (not even “Stranger Things” took it down). Now you can have the chance to play, “SQUID GAME: The Challenge” and compete for a $4.56 million dollar prize.
How to Play Squid Game: The Challenge
The streaming giant is casting 465 people from all over the world to compete for a $4.56 million dollar prize. “Squid Game The Challenge: A Netflix Reality Competition” will have three separate casting sites and will see players competing in “the iconic Squid Game universe,” in a series of games. According to the casting website, a1.etribez.com, *Please note: Win or lose, all players will leave unscathed. But if you win, you win big! There are a few caveats. You need to be available for a MONTH sometime in early 2023, but no specific dates. You also need a valid passport and have to be willing to travel to where ever they tell you to go. If you’re interested, you can CLICK HERE to check out the registration page. You’ll also need to submit a one-minute video and some headshots.
I love the $4.56 million dollar prize number. That’s the player number for the main character, Seong Gi-hun (Lee Jung-jae). Season 2 of “Squid Game” is a go but since most of the cast died in season one, one of the few familiar faces in Season 2 will be Seong Gi-hun (Player 456). For info on season 2 of “Squid Game,” CLICK HERE, but spoiler alert, there’s no solid release date yet, just a ballpark of late 2023/ early 2024. Here’s the trailer: