Classic Youtubers Play Hide & Seek With MrBeast For $1 Million

Classic Youtubers Play Hide & Seek With MrBeast For $1 Million

MrBeast, a YouTuber, published an extreme version of the classic game hide and seek; in which he competed against popular YouTube personalities for a $1 million prize (by being found last). The film was shot in the recently constructed So-Fi stadium in Los Angeles; which is home to the Los Angeles Rams.

MrBeast has been on YouTube since he was 13 years old, and he has become well-known for his liberal monetary donations. His name went viral after a video of him donating $10,000 to a homeless man blew up. Since then, he’s kept up the distinctive and amusing formula, producing a slew of immensely popular videos on the platform.

MrBeast increased his popularity after uploading his Squid Game in Real Life competition in late November; despite already being a well-known presence in the YouTube community. MrBeast and his team received a lot of acclaim for their hard work in building a nearly identical set to the popular Netflix show. The YouTuber stated that he spent roughly $3.5 million on the film, with the winner receiving $456,000 in prize money.

MrBeast’s latest video is a hide-and-seek video set in the same place as his previous video. His latest video is called “1,000,000 Influencer Tournament!” The first video, which began off the game, had fifteen popular YouTube personalities; however, five were eliminated after failing to win some challenges.

In less than a week, the ‘Squid Game’ video smashed three records

Logan Paul, Bella Poarch, Quackity, Larray, Zach King, MatPat, Sofie Dossi, Mark Rober, Rosanna Pansino, and ZHC were among the celebrities left to compete for the $1 million prize. Because the newly built So-Fi stadium is such a vast venue; the difficulty is raised throughout. MrBeast and his crew peppered the film with difficulties; such as limiting specific perimeters of the scene, in order to hasten the process of locating all ten stars. Take a look at the video below:

In just one day, the video has surpassed his earlier video (before the YouTuber competitions) in which MrBeast was pursued by the military; which gained 30 million views in just two days. The hide and seek video has some of YouTube’s best producers and is a lot of fun. It’s never easy to tell what MrBeast will think of next.

MrBeast’s stuff is always entertaining. Due to the Squid Game contest, the 23-year-old YouTuber has already had a fantastic start to the month. In less than a week, the video smashed three records: most views in a single day for a non-music video/trailer; fastest non-music video to surpass 100 million views in less than four days; and most subscribers added in one day after adding 1.4 million to his already big following. With YouTube stars now being eligible for Emmy Awards, it’s safe to say MrBeast’s resume will continue to grow.

Christy likes to use her great writing skills to curate articles on the Hollywood film industry, multichannel commerce, and online business strategies. She loves to share her ideas on Hollywood here at Clout News.

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