ACFS To Benefit From Doja Cat’s House Party Video Game
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Entertainer Doja Cat will become a character in the House Party video game, which will donate a portion of its proceeds to South African non-profit organization ACFS.
Doja Cat chose ACFS as the charity to benefit from House Party. The Johannesburg-headquartered organization was established in 1945 and is dedicated to the development and protection of children and their families through a focus on improving access to nutrition, health, early learning and skills development.
Doja Cat voiced her character for the single-player game, which will be released in the second quarter of this year. Doja Cat downloadable content (DLC), produced in partnership with Bravado and Epik, will launch later in the summer.
House Party, developed and published by Eek! Games, is described in a media release as “a 3D raunchy comedy adventure game.” In the DLC, players will “navigate through an unpredictable night filled with outrageous party goers as they help Doja carry out a master plan to track down a masked dancing sensation who is taking the online world by storm.”
Los Angeles-born Amalaratna "Amala" Zandile Dlamini, better known to the masses as Doja Cat, is an award-winning singer, rapper, songwriter and dancer with a major online presence.
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