With the advancement of technology, there are many things that have come up for our entertainment and one such thing is games. Gaming is considered to be the best time pass and stress reliever when you are alone and is quite famous among teenagers. But sometimes the tender age kids take gaming too seriously that they can do anything to win a game. And one such deadly game was “Blue Whale”.
Check out how this deadly game started.
1. When it was started
The Blue whale game was started in 2013 as a social media challenge. The creator usually targeted teens who were vulnerable and could be easily convinced to commit a suicide.
2. Know more about the Blue Whale game
According to the instructions of the game, the leader will assign you some to the player which will later influence them to commit a suicide. First, they start with the basic tasks and once a person starts completing each assigned tasks the magnitude and pace of the task also increase where players are instructed to cut their veins and even kill an animal.
3. The tasks of the Blue Whale game were monitored
This game had a complete span of 50 days where a person who is playing the game needs to send photographs or videos to the leader as a proof that they have completed the task which includes the task of suicide.
4. Details of the guy who started Blue Whale game
The Blue Whale game was started by a psychological student Philipp Budeikin. Now, he is sentenced to the prison of three years by the court for influencing teens to commit suicide.
5. Why he started this game
When Philipp was asked about the reason for “why he created this game” his reply was he was just cleaning the society. Because there are few people in the society who are just like garbage and they are not doing anything good for it.
6. Many suicides have been reported
Even after knowing all the facts about this deadly game there have been few cases where teens are downloading this game and committing suicides. But now the Blue Whale game is finally banned.
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