He has just broken the record for game winnings in France. Bruno, the champion candidate of TF1’s “12 times at noon”, exceeded one million euros in winnings and gifts yesterday. For her 242nd appearance since January 20, Bruno answered the question about the actress who inspired Cleopatra in “Asterix” (Elizabeth Taylor) yesterday.
“We have been waiting for this moment for a long, long time. Congratulations on all your knowledge!” Exclaimed Jean-Luc Reichmann.
Fans of the program had been waiting for days for the moment when Bruno would reach the last record: now it is done, because by winning 10,000 euros this Saturday, his biggest prize has exceeded one million euros and now it is exactly to 1,002,907 euros (including gifts and winnings).
One million euros has not been won, in one game, since 2004 in France and Marie Friedel’s participation in “Who Wants to Win Millions”. And, with his prize pool exceeding this sum of € 2,000, Bruno thus became the winner having won the largest sum in a French gaming program.
If Bruno is now the biggest winner of televised games in France, he still has a long way to go before he reaches the world record. This is the Spanish, Los Lobos. In 2019, in the game “Boom”, which TF 1 had adapted, these candidates won 4,130,000 euros, and up to 7 million by adding participations in special editions.
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Bruno has exceeded one million euros today! An album in the program Congratulations
– The 12 noon shots (@ 12Coups_tf1) September 25, 2021