Squid Game: The Challenge viewers LIVID as winner is crowned – raging prize money should be donated to rival contestant | The Sun

SQUID Game: The Challenge viewers have been left furious after the winner was crowned – fuming that the prize money should be donated to a rival contestant.

The new reality series inspired by the South Korean drama sees 456 cast members taking part in stressful, nail-biting challenges.

The first five episodes have aired on Netflix.

After conquering the show's grueling challenges, including the unexpectedly team-oriented glass bridge, Mai, Phill, and Sam made it as the top three finalists.

The players traded their green tracksuits for fancy tuxedos as they came together for a final meal.

After this, they competed against one another in the titular last challenge: Squid Game. 

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Mai triumphed over Phill in the final Rock, Paper, Scissors challenge, securing victory by choosing the right key.

The 55-year-old was crowned the winner, earning an incredible prize of $4.56 million.

However fans were livid about her win, taking to social media to insist that she should give some of the money to rival player, TJ, who they believed had helped her win.

"Can’t lie Mai needs to give a percentage of that winning to TJ, cause that man got you there," said one viewer on X/Twitter.

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A second fumed: "Mai better send TJ some of that money. Without him she wouldn’t of won."

A third raged: "All I know is Mai better be cutting TJ a check! He the only reason she got so far!"

A fourth exclaimed: "No b***h literally!"

It comes after some contestants on the show are looking to sue amid claims of serious injuries and hypothermia.

A few complained about feeling unwell after they had to stay motionless for hours in freezing temperatures while filming in the UK.

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