People Are Convinced They've Found The Squid Game Arena On Google Maps

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People Are Convinced They've Found The Squid Game Arena On Google Maps

Ever since Squid Game dropped on Netflix, viewers have been obsessed, with many delving into fan theories online.

And one mega fan on TikTok thinks they may have found the actual island from the series. Not gonna' lie it looks just like it.

You can watch the clip below:


Shared by @thegoogleearthguy, the video zooms in on an island which appears to be off the coast of South Korea. It even has a place of interest tree symbol that reads 'Squid Game'.

This is rather creepy...

And other TikTokers were a little bit terrified at the discovery, with one person commenting: "IMAGINE IF SQUID GAME IS BASED ON A REAL THING."


While another said: "Is Squid Game real?"

The TikToker said they had found the island (TikTok/@thegoogleearthguy)
The TikToker said they had found the island (TikTok/@thegoogleearthguy)

And a third added: "I tried this on Google Earth and it's real."

Viewers will know that in the series, after the players are picked up, they are taken by boat to a mysterious island, which looks very similar to the one in the video.


No-one really knows where it is, due to the fact the players are all gassed upon pick up, and wake up inside the game.

And speaking of the game, you can now actually play it yourself - don't worry, not literally - with the Squid Game Challenge app.


The object of the game, which is available on both Google Play and iOS, is to make it through each round alive in a bid to take home a slice of the figurative 46.5 billion prize pot.


Gamers will try challenges just like those in the drama such as Red Light, Green Light, Sugar Honeycombs, Tug-of-war, Marbles, Glass Stepping Stones and finally the Squid Game.

One player leaving a review for the game wrote: wrote: "It's like the actually game [sic]."

And another penned: penned: "It is so Good!"

It's certainly one to try if you've already binged your way through the series! Or if not, you can catch Squid Game on Netflix now.

Featured Image Credit: TikTok/@thegoogleearthguy

Topics: TV And Film, Netflix

Lucy Devine
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