BRITS are being urged to take part in a real-life Squid Game show — with a record prize of £3.8million for the winner.

Just like the hit Netflix series, 456 contestants will battle it out in a series of “heart-stopping” elimination games.

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456 contestants will battle it out in a series of ‘heart-stopping’ elimination games, like in the Netflix series[/caption]

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Losers in the fictional South Korean show — the most watched Netflix series ever — are killed[/caption]

TV production company Studio Lambert promise all players “will leave unscathed” on Squid Game: The Challenge.

Losers in the fictional South Korean show — the most watched Netflix series ever — are killed.

Applicants must be over 21 and submit a video by August 26.

Netflix anticipate the series will run for ten episodes early next year.

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Hopeful IT worker Alex Robertson, 25, of Hastings, said: “I can’t wait — it’s a dream come true.

“I loved the series, it was such an ingenious idea, and can’t stop thinking about it.

“The £3.8million would be a bonus, too.”

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