You would have to travel to the location itself to have a look over the landscape, but I think most of us could stomach a trip to a private island if we absolutely had to (heavy sarcasm).
One anonymous individual, clearly taking inspiration from video games like "Fortnite" and "PUBG", intends to purchase an island for a real-life battle royale game, according to a listing on the luxury shopping hub Hush Hush. That's right, one lucky victor that withstands 99 other contestants has the chance to win £100,000 or $130,390 Dollars.More news: Running and managing apps becomes easy with Google's "Anthos"
HushHush explains that they were approached by a customer who's looking for a private island to help set up the championship, and HushHush will also be handling registration when the time arrives. The game will be played in 12-hour chunks with airsoft rifles and touch sensitive body armor, in case you were assuming this was a Most Dangerous Game situation.
The victor of the event itself will bag themselves £100,000 ($130,000) if they can survive the gruelling 12 hours of Airsoft combat each day. The last person standing will win a grand prize of £100,000. And during the night, contestants need not worry as all food and camping gear will be furnished by the management.More news: Burger King removes ‘racist’ chopsticks ad after social media outcry
I'm seriously hoping we've stumbled upon the early planning stages of a charity event, because otherwise this just seems kind of pointless and self-indulgent.
Hush Hush founder Aaron Harpin explains: "Battle royale games have become incredibly popular over the last few years ago and our customer is a huge fan who wants to make the game a reality in the safest way possible". Ever wanted to design your own battle royale arena for 100 hapless people to fight to be the last one standing? As for the developer, the millionaire is offering anyone interested up to £45,000 for six weeks of work setting up the event on site.More news: Father claims Jovic to reject Barcelona, Man City for Frankfurt
Should everything go to plan, and the event is a success, the mysterious millionaire behind the game wants to turn it into an annual event.