Fall Guys: G2, MrBeast and Others Bid for In-Game Costume

Published 08/18/2020, 12:16 PM EDT


Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout is one of the most peculiar and whimsical Battle Royale games of the time. Entirely different from other titles in the genre, Fall Guys is basically a hurdle or obstacle race but an endlessly weird one. It is no surprise that the game is immensely popular.

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Amidst all this, the developers of the game have started something of a bidding war among various brands for an in-game costume. The money raised from this will go to Special Effects, a UK based charity organization that aims at โ€˜leveling the playing field for gamers with physical disabilities.โ€™

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As of now, a lot of personalities and brands have participated in this bidding war, including MrBeast, Bisect Hosting, G2, and many others.

Further reading:ย Fall Guys Is the New Twitter Sensation

The bidding war of Fall Guys has some pretty impressive competitors

MrBeast is known for his crazy antics, which often involves a lot of money. You surely remember the time he brought his friends together to play a game of Rocket League, with real cars. Well, he made quite an entrance into the bidding war.

Even the popular YouTuber LazarBeam commented on how crazy MrBeast can get.

But currently, the bid has is well beyond what MrBeast started with.

Bisect Hosting briefly stood as the highest bidder with a whopping $120,000 bid. Bisect provides server hosting services to games like Minecraft. They planned on making a Minecraft-themed outfit for Fall Guys.

However, G2 Esports outbid them soon after.

The eSports organization replaced Bisect as the highest bidder with a bid of $130,003. The outfit they are going for is a physical version of the G2 logo. To be honest, it does look pretty slick.

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In addition to this, Fall Guys posted a tweet about what might follow once the bidding war concludes.

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This is all a pretty crazy affair, but in the end, it is for a noble cause. We can presume that the winning bid will bring quite a generous amount to the table. And it will greatly help the cause that Special Effect is fighting for.

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Samyarup Chowdhury

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Samyarup Chowdhury is an eSports author at EssentiallySports since June 2020. An avid gamer since his childhood, Samyarup has played many titles such as GTA Vice City, IGI, and FIFA, among others. Currently, he is a rather defensive fan of Valorant and the Assassin's Creed franchise.

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