New Reality Game Show Sabotage Taking Applications with a Top Prize of Ten Million Dollars

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Bergs, LLC and producer L. M. Beasley have officially greenlit Sabotage, a new reality game with a jackpot of Ten Million Dollars, the largest prize in Reality Game Show Entertainment. Beasley announced today that the show is taking applications through an open casting call and will begin production this Fall for a planned 2007 release. To apply for Sabotage, go to realsabotage.com and download the application.

What sets Sabotage apart from other reality game shows? The storyline is smart and unscripted which gives fans the feel of a high impact adventure series featuring real people. Surprises abound for both the players and audience. In Sabotage, no one is safe! Prepare to pick sides. Truth or Deception… which side are you on?

“We are thrilled to launch Sabotage… The Show will deliver an intelligent storyline to millions of reality show fans yearning for mystery, adventure and espionage,” says Beasley.

Sabotage will pit ten teams of agents against each other to win the grand prize. The twist is that one unknown player on each team is a double agent trying to thwart their efforts and take the money for a secret team called Operation Dark. Beginning fall of 2006, for 4 weeks, these ten teams will be sent on a series of missions in undisclosed locations somewhere in the world. These strangers will be expected to work together and compete; using their collective strengths to best the other teams while trying to avoid Sabotage.

For more information go to the website about the game of Sabotage.

About Bergs, LLC:

Bergs, LLC expects to take the Reality Game Entertainment Industry to new heights with the development of Sabotage, and several other new Reality Game Shows in design-phase with projected releases from 2007 through 2008. Its mission is to produce innovative, popular and profitable reality entertainment for real people.

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