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TV show launched on 27 November 2000, called من سيربح المليون (Who Will Win One Million) was broadcast on MBC1 (English translation: Who will win the million?, transliteration: Man sa yarbah al-malyoon). Its host was George Kurdahi. The biggest prize was 1 million Saudi riyals (US$266,000). It was aired until May 2004 and was replaced by من سيربح 2 مليون with 2,000,000 SR (US$533,000) top prize. On 12 January 2010 it returned with the 12-question format and grand prize also decreased to 1 million riyals. On 16 October 2015, the show returned again to 15-question format and the biggest prize also increase again to 2 million Saudi riyals.

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  • TV show launched on 27 November 2000, called من سيربح المليون (Who Will Win One Million) was broadcast on MBC1 (English translation: Who will win the million?, transliteration: Man sa yarbah al-malyoon). Its host was George Kurdahi. The biggest prize was 1 million Saudi riyals (US$266,000). It was aired until May 2004 and was replaced by من سيربح 2 مليون with 2,000,000 SR (US$533,000) top prize. On 12 January 2010 it returned with the 12-question format and grand prize also decreased to 1 million riyals. On 16 October 2015, the show returned again to 15-question format and the biggest prize also increase again to 2 million Saudi riyals.
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  • TV show launched on 27 November 2000, called من سيربح المليون (Who Will Win One Million) was broadcast on MBC1 (English translation: Who will win the million?, transliteration: Man sa yarbah al-malyoon). Its host was George Kurdahi. The biggest prize was 1 million Saudi riyals (US$266,000). It was aired until May 2004 and was replaced by من سيربح 2 مليون with 2,000,000 SR (US$533,000) top prize. On 12 January 2010 it returned with the 12-question format and grand prize also decreased to 1 million riyals. On 16 October 2015, the show returned again to 15-question format and the biggest prize also increase again to 2 million Saudi riyals.
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