Green light: Squid Game: The Challenge is coming in November, transforming the South Korean series into the biggest reality competition ever.

Though the reality version of Squid Game isn’t a matter of life or death, there’s still a lot on the line: 456 players will compete to win $4.56 million, Netflix’s largest cash prize in reality television history. Through a series of games, each player will be pushed to their limits and forced to ask themselves just how far they’ll go to win, with opportunistic alliances, cutthroat strategies and timely betrayals to follow. 

As we inch closer to gametime, take a look below for everything you need to know about Squid Game: The Challenge.

Where can I watch the first trailer? 

Attention all players: You can now officially watch the first trailer for Squid Game: The Challenge, above. Before meeting any of the 456 players competing to win $4.56 million dollars, we hear the sound of the legendary animatronic doll, Young-hee, ushering in a new round of Red Light, Green Light. Soon enough, hordes of players excitedly charge into the game hall, where their fate will be decided. Then, we see flashes of games both familiar and new, as the group’s numbers begin to dwindle after a series of eliminations.

While the stakes in Squid Game: The Challenge aren’t life and death, a glistening, cash-filled piggy bank hanging over the dormitory certainly turns up the intensity. “I’m going to be your best friend, but I will absolutely double-cross you,” one contestant says in the clip, while another remarks, “People’s true colors are starting to come out.” But, in the end, only one will walk away with the prize. And to make millions, they’ll first have to make friends and even more enemies along the way. 

What games will be played in Squid Game: The Challenge?

If we know one thing, it’s that the diabolical Squid Game always has tricks and surprises up its sleeve — so while we don’t know everything that’s in store, we do already have some sense as to what the players will be up against. In fact, check out this exclusive Geeked Week clip where Hwang Dong-hyuk, director and creator of the original Squid Game scripted series, excitedly walks through the set and previews both familiar and entirely new games that will be played in the high-stakes competition. And what’s more, he’s even joined by a surprise guest.