This game has been around for a couple of years now. And it’s growing by leaps and bounds.— Nick Cowen, Managing Editor at htxt.africa
Kim Kardashian is a master of self-promotion and, considering she’s on the cover of the latest Forbes Magazine, a serious player in the business world.
Now she has a new way of monetizing – on a massive scale - her fame.
She stars in a mobile game, “Kim Kardashian: Hollywood”, in which players create their own celebrity, befriend her and work their way onto the A-list.
According to Forbes, Kardashian has personally pocketed almost R650 million from the games’ 45 million downloads.
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Nick Cowen, Managing Editor at htxt.africa.
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Smartphones have made video games far more accessible.— Nick Cowen, Managing Editor at htxt.africa
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