Blue Whale Challenge – Online Suicide Game

The Blue Whale Challenge is promoted as a game. But, it is not so. If you haven’t come to know about it yet, it is an urban legend that probably began from Russia. It encompasses a series of eerie tasks to be completed over 50 days. And, it gets sinister with each day. At the end of this game, the player is ultimately forced to commit a suicide. Reportedly, this game has claimed the lives of more than 130 teenagers. However, there is no official confirmation regarding the same. It is played through a Russian social networking site, VKontakte.

The game has been affecting the minds of depressed kids and teenagers in Russia and Central Asia. But, it is spreading its roots in Europe as well. This is a suicidal game run by a group of sick administrators who assign self-harming tasks to the young players and urge them to complete the task and send a photo of the same to the administrator. When verified by the administrator or curator, the player is given the next task for the next day. These tasks may include something as bizarre as waking up at 4:20 AM to watch horror films or cutting the arm with a razor.

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