Netease Sports reported on October 13:
The program "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire" was broadcast on RTL TV in 1999. Each contestant will answer 15 questions, each with four answer options. If all 15 questions are answered correctly, you will receive a 1 million euro bonus. The German internationals participating in the show are Kimmich, Gretzka,
The host of the show, Ganser-Rose, said: “Obviously, the players don’t want to wear masks on TV. We strictly abide by the epidemic prevention rules during the show and maintain social distancing. The players can bear the pressure of the show because they have to do it every week Twice under tremendous pressure, they must prove themselves on the court. I think they are enough to deal with the pressure of the show."
In the end, the German national team delegation won a total of 225,000 euros in bonuses on the program, all of which were used for charity activities. Among them, the 64,000 euros won by Kimmich and Gretzka's partner was donated to the "We Kick Corona" charity fundraising campaign to fight the epidemic jointly initiated by the two and Nike, and the 125,000 euros obtained by Jule and Klosterman were used for Helping children suffering from cancer in Leipzig, and Trapp and Bierhoff received 36,000 euros to donate to the charity "DFB Mexico Aid".
最终，德国国家队代表团在该计划中赢得了总计225,000欧元的奖金，所有这些奖金都用于慈善活动。其中，由Kimmich和Gretzka的搭档赢得的64,000欧元捐赠给了“ We Kick Corona”慈善筹款活动，以对抗两人和耐克共同发起168彩票官方开奖网的流行病，Jule和Klosterman获得的125,000欧元用于帮助儿童莱比锡患有癌症，特拉普和比尔霍夫获得了36,000欧元的捐款，用于向“ DFB墨西哥援助”慈善组织捐款。