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Man sa yarbah al malyoon (Arabic: من سيربح المليون, English translation: Who Will Win One Million) was Arabic League version of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?. Hosted by George Kurdahi. The biggest prize was 1 000 000 Saudi riyals.

Man sa yarbah 2 malyoon Edit

Man sa yarbah 2 malyoon (Arabic: من سيربح 2 مليون) was the second version of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?. Aired from May 2004 to autumn 2010, top prize was 2 000 000 SR. Hosted by George Kurdahi.

In 2010 the show has the 12-question format and 1 000 000 SR grand prize. From October 2015 to April 2016 the show returned to the 15-question format and the biggest prize is 2 000 000 Saudi riyals.

Algeria, Tunisia and Morocco (Arab Maghreb) versions Edit

Qui Veut Gagner Des Millions? (Arabic: من سيربح المليون) was Maghreb version for French-speaking peoples. From August 23, 2009 to September 3, 2010 game show broadcasted in Algeria, Tunisia and Morocco on Nessma TV channel. Hosted by Rachid El Ouali. Top prise was €500 000.

Lifelines Edit

In all Arabic versions at different times 6 lifelines used:

Seasons (all versions) Edit

Man sa yarbah al malyoon (Arab League) Edit

Man sa yarbah 2 malyoon (Arabic League) Edit

Qui Veut Gagner Des Millions? (Maghreb) Edit

  • Season 1 (August 23, 2009 - September 3, 2010)

Money Trees Edit

Question Prize (2000-2004) Prize (2004-2007) Prize (2009) Prize (2010) Prize (2015-2016)
15 1 000 000 SR 2 000 000 SR €500,000 - 2 000 000 SR
14 500 000 SR 1 000 000 SR €200,000 - 1 000 000 SR
13 250 000 SR 500 000 SR €100,000 - 500 000 SR
12 125 000 SR 250 000 SR €50,000 1 000 000 SR 350 000 SR
11 64 000 SR 125 000 SR €20,000 500 000 SR 200 000 SR
10 32 000 SR 64 000 SR €10,000 250 000 SR 100 000 SR
9 16 000 SR 32 000 SR €6,000 150 000 SR 75 000 SR
8 8 000 SR 16 000 SR €4,000 80 000 SR 50 000 SR
7 4 000 SR 8 000 SR €2,000 40 000 SR 30 000 SR
6 2 000 SR 4 000 SR €1,000 20 000 SR 20 000 SR
5 1 000 SR 2 000 SR €500 10 000 SR 10 000 SR
4 500 SR 1 000 SR €250 5 000 SR 5 000 SR
3 300 SR 500 SR €125 2 000 SR 2 500 SR
2 200 SR 300 SR €50 1 000 SR 1 000 SR
1 100 SR 200 SR €25 500 SR 500 SR

Top Prize winners Edit

The biggest prize winners Edit

Trivia Edit

  • From 2000 to 2010, the show was filmed in the first studio of the British version, and some episodes of the Season 1 were filmed in the studio of the French version.
  • Almost immediately after the release of the game, the game gained huge ratings. This was achieved thanks to the merits of the host himself, George Kurdahi.
  • In 2001, the host George Kurdahi took part in the show, exchanging places with a celebrity contestant, but he was able to take out of the studio only 1,000 rials, reaching 6 questions.

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