PlayMonster, Ellen Digital Ventures Celebrate ‘5 Second Rule’ 10th Anniversary

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The two are working together to launch a contest on EllenTube in honor of the party game.

To celebrate the 10th anniversary of party game “5 Second Rule,” PlayMonster is releasing an exclusive Anniversary Edition of the game featuring 50 new cards related to topics and happenings in the last decade such as “Name 3 streaming services” and “Name 3 social challenges.” 

PlayMonster and Ellen Digital Ventures have joined forces to celebrate the 10th anniversary and new game with a contest. In an OMKalen episode, viewers are challenged to submit their best 5 Second Holiday Glow Up on EllenTube for a chance to win a virtual seat to one of “Ellen’s 12 Days of Giveaways”! The 5 Second Holiday Glow Up contest launched on Oct. 23 and will run through Nov. 6.

“The beauty of this game is that most people know the answers—there’s no studying required, no doctorate-level education needed,” says Michael Sistrunk, creator, “5 Second Rule.” “The timing is what will get you tongue-tied and everyone’s on level playing ground…to start.” 

“5 Second Rule” has been played by celebrities on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” for six years and has sold millions of copies in more than 50 countries.

To celebrate 5 Second Rule’s anniversary, PlayMonster and Ellen Digital Ventures have joined forces to celebrate the 10th anniversary with a contest. In an OMKalen episode, viewers are challenged to submit their best 5 Second Holiday Glow Up on EllenTube for a chance to win a virtual seat to one of “Ellen’s 12 Days of Giveaways!” The 5 Second Holiday Glow Up contest launched on Oct. 23 and will run through Nov. 6.

“It’s hard to believe 5 Second Rule has been delivering hilarious laughter to game nights for 10 years,” says Lisa Wuennemann, master marketing monster, PlayMonster. “Time really does fly when you're having fun!” 

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