Nameless Millionaire Desires to Set Up a Actual-Life Battle Royale on a Non-public Island



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Who desires to be the final man standing?

An unnamed particular person with a big quantity of wealth is planning to arrange a real-life, 100-person battle royale occasion on a personal island.

Hush Hush, which types itself as “the world’s main luxurious procuring market”, has obtained a request from an nameless one that is searching for a gamemaker who may help organise the three-day occasion.

The plan fortunately doesn’t require members to really kill one another; as a substitute gamers shall be outfitted with airsoft weapons and touch-sensitive physique armour. The final particular person standing is about to win a £100,000 prize.

The plan is for the nameless millionaire to accumulate a personal island, which would be the setting for this real-life battle royale. The competitors will run for 3 days, with 12 hours of competitors every day. Throughout the night time time, gamers will be capable to camp for the night time. All tenting gear and meals shall be offered.

This insane occasion is simply within the conception stage. As famous earlier, Hush Hush is searching for a gamemaker with large-scale occasion administration expertise who can design the world.

“Battle royale video games have grow to be extremely in style over the previous couple of years in the past and our buyer is a large fan who desires to make the sport a actuality within the most secure method potential,” says Hush Hush’s founder Aaron Harpin on the request web page. “If the championship is successful this yr, it’s one thing he desires to make an annual occasion shifting ahead, which may be very thrilling!”

Potential gamemakers can apply on the Hush Hush web site, and the mission pays £1,500 day by day. With an anticipated six week period, the contract is about to pay out £45,000.

When you’d quite hold your battle royales firmly within the digital zone, then maybe try Apex Legends’ new 1.1 replace. Or perhaps Fortnite is extra your fashion? Simply don’t inform Prince Harry – he thinks it must be banned.

Matt Purslow is IGN UK’s Information and Leisure Author, and won’t be getting into this competitors as the percentages are by no means in his favour. You may observe him on Twitter. 

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