New footage shows exact moment young boy won £400,000 golden PRIME bottle
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New footage has shown the exact moment a young boy won £400,000 from a golden PRIME bottle.
A young boy, whose name has not been shared, correctly guessed a code to unlock a solid gold PRIME energy drink, worth a whopping £400,000.
To celebrate selling a billion bottles, KSI and Logan Paul teamed up to offer lucky customers a solid gold bottle. All they had to do was figure out the code that provided access to the bottle.
The competition was launched on 10 November, with the stars explaining the bottle was worth $500,000, the equivalent of around £400,000.
They said: “On November 10 the golden Prime will be encased in bulletproof glass. To get to it you must correctly guess a six-digit code. Each person only has one guess and only twenty seconds to make that guess.
“If the code is not guessed within 48 hours the torches inside the case will ignite and the gold prime bottle will be incinerated and worth absolutely nothing.”
The gold bottles were located in London and New York, where fans queued to get their guess in.
Logan Paul and KSI even went as far as to have former NASA Engineer, Mark Rober, make a bulletproof case for the bottles.
Footage has since emerged of the exact moment a young boy guessed the code that won him the bottle.
In a video posted on Prime’s social media accounts yesterday, viewers saw the moment a lucky young fan became £400,000 better off by winning the contest.
Moreover, footage you can view above has been shared on TikTok by @primeministertaz, showing a new unseen angle of the moment.
KSI questioned “Alright, is it gonna be this one?”, as the youngster, who was sporting a Pinewood FC jersey, typed in his guess at the code.
Suddenly, the room flashed with green lights and confetti filled the room as KSI announced: “Oh my God, we have a winner in London!”
The little boy's mother picked him up and swung him around before he was handed the gold PRIME bottle.
Meanwhile, in New York, where Paul was overseeing the US side of the contest, the second bottle had to be destroyed, given there could only be one winner.