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Games for Girls where Rape & Murder is allowed – Game2Winter

Two girls are ready to face Death & Rape to get £1.3 million in Reality TV game i.e. Game2Winter.

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Professional blonde Oksana and a swimming coach, Irina Agisheva are amongst the expected girl participants to sign the agreement for the world’s most dangerous reality show as real hunger games.

Both along with other participants would sign to accept rape and murder if in case. That would be world’s first reality show game to allow “physical violence, rape, or murder” according to Millionaire inventor Yevgeny Pyatkovsky.

Although, contestants will be subject to Russian law, security would not intervene in the Siberian woods where participants have to survive for nine months after most basic of wildlife survival training. Survivors who last in bear-infested woods with only one set of clothes and a knife will win the £1.3 million prize.

Along with hundreds of applicants wanting to test their skills against the Tomsk wilderness, Oksana and Irina are ready to challenge to face being raped and murder to test their brave skills. Although Oksana Shiganova, 28, from the Russian Arctic is a self-proclaimed “professional blonde” she is “a girl who loves dresses, manicures and shopping” in her words.

 

She says,

I love myself and will definitely not make it through the show without help. But this is what will make it so interesting to follow me.

The game is not like Wooga Games where contents with a sports background do not dare to risk their life except money, here, the life of the 30-year-old, Irina Agisheva, also a swimming coach, is in danger of being raped, murdered and treated violently.

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Irina Agisheva at right and Oksana on left side

She says,

I want to do something so mad and unforgettable so that people later say ‘do you remember that girl…

She added,

We only live once and we must make the best of our lives.

Let’s see if these girls will be able to survive minus 50 degrees, with the native brown bears? Let us hope best for them!

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