Doja Cat To Become A Video Game Character In Comedy Game With Proceeds Going To South African Nonprofit
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Doja Cat To Become A Video Game Character In Comedy Game With Proceeds Going To South African Nonprofit

Attention Doja Cat stans: You will soon be able to play as your fave in a video game!

The “Woman” singer is stepping into the metaverse as she will be featured in Eek! Games’ raunchy comedy game, House Party, according to Hypebae.

Based on the game’s description, Doja’s bubbly and goofy persona is a perfect match. The outlet reports that it will include her side story where “players will track down a masked dancing sensation as part of her master plan.”

“The game is amazing. You’re actually going to be able to hear and see me in it. I’ve been super involved with everything as far as my story, the things I say, and the outfits that I’m wearing just to make it as fun as possible,” she shared.

 

Doja Cat's Video Game Character

The outlet shares that gamers will be able to interact with Doja in different ways such as befriending her, flirting with her, and even falling in love.

Doja is a fashionista in real life and now her character will be, too, with her wardrobe including a casual black dress, bikini, and music video performance ensemble.

House Party gamers will be able to play as the star in the fall.

The Game's Proceeds

Ten percent of House Party’s proceeds will go to Doja’s charity of choice, Advancing Children for Success (ACFS). The non-profit organization is based in South Africa, where her father is from. ACFS has worked for nearly 75 years “to create a safe, creative and an enabling environment that meets the unique needs of all children,” according to its website.

Doja's Presence In The Metaverse

Doja’s entry into the virtual space was with her first-ever non-fungible token (NFT) collection. As previously reported by AfroTech, the Planet Doja NFTs were hosted on OneOf by her to be a green-friendly and affordable option for her fans.

Her single edition NFT went on to sell for $188,000.