Khloe Kardashian to host new game show
Khloe Kardashian has signed on to host Candy Crush’s very first All-Star Contest. Players from all over the United States will come together in a one-on-one tournament starting September 23 and will be open to all players in the Candy Crush saga. Anyone who has passed level 25 on the app can participate.
As the host, Kardashian will monitor players, showcase them, and analyze the competition, all while convincing famous friends to join the games. The competition is free to play. The qualifying rounds will run from September 23 to October 7. However, those who do not win in the first round will still have a chance to participate in the game in both Wild Card rounds. The quarter-finals, semi-finals and digital finals will continue in November and at the end an All-Star Candy Crush will be crowned by the reality TV star.
“I love competition and am a fan of the game, so doing this tournament is super fun for me,” Kardashian said. “Everyone who knows me knows that I think I’m the most competitive of my family, and it’s no different when it comes to candy Crush. This game has always allowed me to unleash my inner competitor, “Kardashian said in a statement, per Business thread. “The All-Stars tournament provides the perfect opportunity to take my crushing skills to the next level. I wish everyone who plays the best of luck and can’t wait to crown the very first All Star Candy Crush! right now, warm up your standing fingers and practice! “
“For nearly 10 years, Candy Crush Saga has been one of the most popular mobile games across the world, having been downloaded over three billion times, “said Todd Green, director of Candy Crush Saga.” Now gamers across the country are proud to be the best can play it on the line and face to face. We are delighted to let the games begin and look forward to seeing who truly deserves to be named the country’s No.1 Crusher. “