Kardashian has made major money off of many lucrative endorsements over the years (and, of course, "Keeping Up with the Kardashians"), but she's also made a TON of money off of her Glu Mobile video game, "Kim Kardashian: Hollywood." Even though the game itself is free, in-app purchases require some dough (that a lot of people are willing to shell out).
CEO of Glu Mobile Niccolo de Masi said at the DICE Summit conference in Las Vegas Wednesday that the video game raked in more than $100 million in its first five quarters. It's also been downloaded an astounding 42 million times.
After the game was released in the summer of 2014, analysts speculated at the time that the free app would earn close to $200 million in a year. TMZ sources estimated that Kardashian receives a 45 percent cut of profits, which would leave her with a hefty chunk of change to bail out her husband.
Kardashian's younger sisters Kendall and Kylie Jenner launched their own free video game on Wednesday. In the Glu Mobile game, appropriately called "Kendall & Kylie," the girls work as social and life coaches to basically ensure you look pretty and rise through the ranks to the A-list.
So far, the game is doing really well.
So who will launch their video game next? Our bet is on Caitlyn.
The Huffington Post has reached out to Glu Mobile and will update this post accordingly.
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