Ben and Callum Gear Up for the Chase on “Hunted Australia” 2023
Prepare for an adrenaline-fuelled ride as “Hunted Australia” brings the most intense game of hide and seek to your screens. In this gripping reality show, ordinary Australians are transformed into Fugitives on the run, while an elite team of skilled Hunters stop at nothing to track them down. With the chance to win a share of the $100,000 prize money, the Fugitives must rely on their wit, strategy, and a bit of luck to evade capture for 21 days.
Now, meet Ben and Callum, a dynamic duo like no other.
Ben and Callum on on “Hunted Australia” 2023
Ben, a 26-year-old from VIC, and his inseparable buddy Callum, a 27-year-old also from VIC, are set to embark on an unforgettable adventure as Fugitives on “Hunted Australia” 2023. United by their love for all things geeky, this dynamic duo possesses a unique set of skills that they plan to leverage in their quest to outsmart the skilled team of Hunters.
Ben’s IT knowledge is his secret weapon. As a self-confessed geek, he is well-versed in the intricacies of technology and data. Ben’s aim is to expose data loopholes that the Hunters may be using to track their movements. With his expertise, he plans to stay one step ahead, utilising his knowledge of digital footprints and online security to stay off the Hunters’ radar.
Meanwhile, Callum brings a combination of mental and physical strength to the table. Holding a black belt in Taekwondo, he is not only intellectually sharp but also physically adept. His martial arts training will be invaluable in navigating challenging situations and ensuring their safety during the run. Callum’s determination and physical skillset make him a formidable asset in their bid for survival.
As Melbourne locals, Ben and Callum have an advantage when it comes to their network of family and friends. They plan to utilise these connections, including their online “Dungeons & Dragons” support crew, to assist them along the way.
“Hunted Australia” premieres Monday, 17 July at 7.30pm on 10 and 10 Play.
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