Former ‘Squid Game: The Challenge’ Contestants Claim Reality …

Former “Squid Game: The Challenge” contestants are hoping Netflix issues a red light to the upcoming reality competition show.

Select members of the 456 people who participated in the record-breaking series with a 4.56 million cash prize told Rolling Stone they believe the show had unsafe working conditions and was a rigged competition. A group of former “The Challenge” players are looking into filing a lawsuit against the co-production studios, Studio Lambert and The Garden, for workplace safety violations, negligence, and false pretenses.

“All the torment and trauma we experienced wasn’t due to the game or the rigor of the game,” a former contestant told Rolling Stone. “It was the incompetencies of scale — they bit off more than they could chew.”

A recent report claimed that medics were required on the first day of filming due to -3 degrees Celsius weather, roughly 26 degrees Fahrenheit, with contestants required to remain motionless during a game of “Red Light,

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