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Kim Kardashian Hollywood

Kim Kardashian Hollywood App

In November app development company Kung Fu Factory filed a multi-million dollar lawsuit in federal court against Kris Jenner alleging that she stole their idea for Kim Kardashian‘s uber-money generating app. The pimpmoager is fighting back, insisting there’s proof the ‘Kim Kardashian: Hollywood‘ game was an idea all their own. 

Some background: According to Kung Fu Factory’s suit Kris contacted them way back in 2011 about potentially developing a video game surrounding the Keeping Up With The Kardashians family.  The company developed “very specific” mock-ups in their proposal, including the characters’ appearances, and after pitching it to Kris, were told she wasn’t interested. Fast-forward to 2014, Kim Kardashian Hollywood was released, developed by a company called Glu Mobile Inc., but it looked suspiciously similar to the ideas presented by Kung Fu Factory! 

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Not to be outdone after little sisters Kylie & Kendall Jenner announced their new mobile app last week, Kim Kardashian is looking to boost her app sales with a new contest. The “Meet Kim” Sweepstakes was announced yesterday and Kim tweeted, “I’m so excited! You can now play the#KimKardashianGame for a chance to meet me in person!” 

While elsewhere in the world, Kanye West haters are signing petitions to shut down his concerts, Kim’s minions are still nibbling at the crumbs she tosses their way. In the “Meet Kim” Sweepstakes, *fans* (for lack of a better word) can enter to win a meet-n-greet with Kim in San Francisco by simply playing her mobile gaming app, KIM KARDASHIAN: HOLLYWOOD, and by  completing “as many eligible projects for a five (5) ‘star’ score (per project) as you can during the Entry Period.”

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