- Americans are making Russian Roulette popular
- The game was invented by former martial arts fighter
- The guns don’t shoot bullets, but have electronic teasers
A recent footage shows that men and women from America have started playing the famous Russian Roulette, the ultra-popular game in Russia which might become the newest American craze.
It’s considered an extreme sport. The only difference from the original Russian Roulette is that the bullets were replaced with electronic teasers.
The Sun reports that the prize for the winner is $1m, which explains the popularity. The guns might not shoot real bullets, but they still look pretty realistic.
The concept was developed by Valeriy Eschenko, the former mixed martial arts fighter. In every round one person is eliminated and the electricity becomes stronger. The game is over when there’s one person as the winner in the end.
Besides the risk which exists if the game is not played correctly, there’s also a question of morality of the game now that the gun shootings are happening all over the state.