The “Squid Game” series was not expected by many people and it turned into a real phenomenon. Several weeks after being posted on Netflix, the universe created by Hwang Dong-hyeok continues to make the news. Today, it is a YouTuber who reproduced the universe in an incredible video.
Squid Game, the series has become an unexpected phenomenon
We no longer present Squid Game so much the scale taken by the series has totally exceeded all predictions. Originally, it didn’t seem like it was destined to become a monstrous success on the platform. The promotion had been fairly brief and there was no popular name bearing the project. However, the incredible magic of Netflix has done its work and audiences have become passionate about the barjo concept of Squid Game. To remind you, quickly, it features characters who agree to participate in a kind of tournament where the goal is to survive challenges inspired by children’s games.
Whether you like the series or not, there is no denying that it is causing a stir. With, unfortunately, sometimes damaging repercussions. Like when children take the tests again in the playgrounds. We can also talk about this student in North Korea who was sentenced to death for bringing the episodes into the territory, while the country with totalitarian accents wants to ban it.
Corn Squid Game can also inspire in a good way. This is what Youtubeur Mr Beast did with an incredible video in which he decided to take up the concept and invite participants to real events. Of course, let’s make it clear from the outset that the losers are not killed. For the rest, we are in the spirit of the series, with sometimes impressive scenes.
We feel that the creator based in the United States has put a lot of money on the table to create a quality video. The result is a 25-minute cut with 456 contestants scrambling to win the jackpot. Because, yes, the big winner leaves with the sum of $ 456,000. It is far less than the millions of the series, but it remains a major jackpot.
Posted on November 24 on the platform, the video titled $ 456,000 Squid Game In Real Life! already cumulates 41 million views. A score that should still change significantly over the next few days