Kate Upton Takes the Spotlight in Super Bowl XLIX [WATCH VIDEO]
Smart move from the creators of the mobile app Game of War—Kate Upton successfully caught the attention of the male population tuning in to Super Bowl XLIX with her sultry and sexy commercial ad for the aforementioned app. Read on for further details.
People’s Sexiest Woman of the Year awardee was in a bathtub while talking about empires. She narrated that the bigger the empire, the more enemies. It gets hotter when it showed that female assistants were helping her bathe.
“Do you want to come and play?” Upton said seductively as the commercial ends.
Aside from the bathtub scene, Upton was also walking with her soldiers as a gladiator. Then she fought enemies on horseback.
The 22-year-old voluptuous model is currently rising Game of War to fame as her face and body grace gaming sites. She is thankful to be part of the $40 million campaign.
Game of War (official name: Game of War: Fire Age) has millions of users worldwide. It supports Android and iOS, it caters to mobile gamers, especially fans of Massively Multiplayer Online (MMO) games, and it’s free.
The game goes with building a massive army to improve the empire and going to battle to dominate other empires. The user’s empire must also be protected from invaders. It is a fast-paced game which can result to addiction. In-app purchases are also available to strengthen the empire faster.
Other features of the mobile app are to chat and play with other players all over the world in 32 different languages, have real-time simulation, train armies, defeat the Wonder to be the king, have allies and conquer many empires to be the kingdom’s strongest alliance, give special titles to friends and enemies, build and personalize the empire, and create powerful weapons.
According to Gotta Be Mobile, Game of War is very similar to Clash of Clans.
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