The District 10 male was the male tribute from District 10 who participated in the 75th Hunger Games. He was also the victor of an unspecified Hunger Games. Being a previous victor, he presumably mentored other tributes for the games.
75th Hunger Games
Chariot ridesDuring the chariot rides for the 75th Hunger Games, he and his district partner were dressed up as cows with flaming belts. Katniss assumed that this was an attempt to steal Cinna and Portia's idea of making the tributes shine, however, it failed and seemed to represent the cows broiling themselves. In the film, he and his district partner wore Greek-inspired outfits.
He later joined hands with the other victors to signify their strength at the interviews while dressed in a dark brown suit with long horns on the basis of a harness attached to his chest, matching his district partner's.
The District 10 male survived the initial Cornucopia bloodbath. In the film, his pedestal is positioned next to Cecelia's. Though it is not known if he was able to grab anything from the Cornucopia, he managed to escape into the jungle while his district counterpart did not.
In the book during the second day, he died in one of the 'Time Sectors' of the 75th Hunger Games from a large unidentified muttation that tore him apart. Katniss and the others couldn't tell it was his body in the aftermath. His death is unknown in the film. He placed 9th out of 24.
- He and the District 10 male from the 74th Hunger Games are similar, as they both outlived their female counterpart and were killed by an unknown source. They both also died after a District 1 female tribute was killed.
- His portrait in the sky is not seen on the second day during the film.
- In the 75th Hunger Games, one of the time "sectors" in the arena had an unidentified mutt in it which ripped apart a tribute so badly they could not be identified. That mutt was labeled as extremely large and very fast. Peeta called it "the Beast".
- He is the longest lasting unnamed tribute in the 75th Hunger Games or the 3rd Quarter Quell.