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MrBeast Announces ‘Largest Game Show in History’

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MrBeast Announces ‘Largest Game Show in History’

MrBeast Announces ‘Largest Game Show in History’

MrBeast Announces, ‘Largest Game Show in History’.

On March 18, MrBeast took to X to share that he's launching a new game show for Prime Video, TechCrunch reports.

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Big news gamers I’m going to be filming the largest game show in history and releasing it on Prime Video!

, MrBeast, via X.

Over 1,000 contestants, $5,000,000 prize, and many other world records.

, MrBeast, via X.

I’ll reveal more later this year but let’s just say, it’s gonna be an insane show :D, MrBeast, via X.

MrBeast told YouTubers Colin and Samir, "It’s like our normal videos, but just 20 times better […] I have a bigger budget.

Money’s not a constraint.".

MrBeast told YouTubers Colin and Samir, "It’s like our normal videos, but just 20 times better […] I have a bigger budget.

Money’s not a constraint.".

It’s going to be the largest game show in history, with the most contestants any game show has ever had, with the largest cash prize in history, MrBeast, to Colin and Samir.

The 25-year-old content creator has over 245 million subscribers on YouTube.

His first viral video was in January 2017, which showed him counting to 100,000 over the course of 44 hours.

These days, he gives away hundreds of thousands of dollars to people who complete crazy tasks.

The titles of some of his popular videos include, "Face Your Biggest Fear To Win $800,000," "$10,000 Every Day You Survive in A Grocery Store," "Survive 100 Days Trapped, Win $500,000" and more


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