There’s A Real Life ‘Nerve’ Game Called The Blue Whale Challenge And It Has Allegedly Claimed 130 Lives

There’s A Real Life ‘Nerve’ Game Called The Blue Whale Challenge And It Has Allegedly Claimed 130 LivesThere’s A Real Life ‘Nerve’ Game Called The Blue Whale Challenge And It Has Allegedly Claimed 130 Lives
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Many social media trends or challenges have taken the world to a storm these days, such as the infamous challenge of the model, the challenge of the ice bucket, the challenge of the man to run, the challenge of the whisper and many others.

No matter how many such challenges are noble, funny or absurd, no one could expect the level of madness that the Blue Whale challenge offers.

If you know the movie Nerve, you’ll know the story right now – players will have to complete a series of tasks in order to win and if they decide to bail out at some point in the game, life would be compromised and all their life savings would disappear mysteriously “.

Blue Whale Challenge?

It’s essentially a game, but not in the form of an app or something you can buy in a store; It is usually shared through a link.

It says that once you click on the link, you will be redirected to a page that automatically downloads some files to indicate the start of the game and then you will be assigned an ‘admin’ game and you will be contacted.

The frightening part of this is that the administrator will have mysterious access to your personal information, such as where you live, contact information, family members, etc.

The administrator will monitor you continuously and give you your assignments. Then perform the tasks and take photographic evidence to present to the administrator.

The daily tasks will last 50 days, and among the things you will have to do to cut numbers or images of whales in your body, watch very disturbing videos, stand on a bridge or tall buildings, and finally commit suicide.

We do not know if this is the exact mechanism of the game because there are no credible sources to prove it, but the game would have started after a stranger shared a link on the popular Russian media site Vkontakte or known as VK.

However, there are reports from players who shared their experience on Reddit through the sub / nosleep. We really do not know how true your stories are, but you can judge them for yourself.

Who is responsible for this sinister game?

We know what everyone should think, who would have such a bad mind to create this sick game? Well, this friend has a name, and that is Philipp Budeikin.

He is also known as Philipp Lis, 21, from Russia.