A Real-Life ‘Squid Game’ Is Being Organized In Abu Dhabi
The event would allow attendees to play games from the show without the murder and bloodshed.
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
According to reports, a replication of the games from Netflix’s blockbuster series “Squid Game” would be held at a Korean cultural center in the United Arab Emirates.
According to several sources, the ‘Squid Game’ event would allow attendees to play games from the show without the murder and bloodshed.
Two teams of 30 people will compete in the event, which will be held in two sessions on October 12 in Abu Dhabi. ‘Red Light, Green Light,’ ‘Dalgona Candy,’ ‘Marbles,’ and ‘Ddakji’ are among the games likely to be featured during the event.
Surprisingly, there will be no cash reward; instead, the winner will receive a personalized green tracksuit.
The film ‘Squid Game,’ which premiered on Netflix on September 17 to rave reviews, sparked a flurry of internet reactions, including TikTok trends.
The show tells the story of a group of desperate debtors who are asked to play a series of Korean children’s games in order to win a $38 million jackpot or die trying.
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