Squid game. : a real preparation competition with 456 players from all over the world

With Squid Game: The Challenge, Netflix will turn the most popular series in its history into a giant reality show where 456 contestants will participate in games similar to those seen in Hwang Dong-hyuk’s imaginary fiction.

TV Madness! Netflix has announced this Tuesday, June 14th, that it has opened international casting for people interested in participating in its new reality show, Squid Game: The Challenge. Rejected 10 episodes, 456 applicants worldwide will be selected – you can submit your application on the website SquidGameCasting.com – will compete in the biggest game ever seen on television, the winner of which is promised 4.56 million. dollars (4.35 million euros) prize. The Front Man states that they are “looking for people who speak English”.

“Squid Game surprised the world with this fascinating story and unique graphic identity imagined by Hwang. We are grateful to him for his support of this project, which will turn fiction into reality through this giant competition and social experiment. Fans of the series will embark on an unpredictable and fascinating adventure full of suspense and twists, the key to which is the biggest reward ever,” explains Brandon Riegg, one of the directors of Netflix.

Squid Game: The Challenge will film in England at a date yet to be determined, as will the Netflix broadcasts.

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