Stephen Curry is looking to to translate his dominance on the basketball court to the world of mobile gaming.
The Golden State Warriors phenom, and his wife, Ayesha, have officially launched the "Chef Curry" mobile game, available in the App Store and the Google Play Store.
Users can embody the NBA superstar in the kitchen, fulfilling orders for clients of his busy restaurant. Here's the official preview for the game:
Ayesha has authored her own cookbook, and even has her own cooking show on the Food Network. She's obviously the mastermind behind the project.
“When we were conceptualizing the game, I wanted to make sure it reflected the challenges, intensity and gratification that goes along with managing a kitchen, whether at your home on Thanksgiving serving friends and family, or in a high-paced restaurant serving customers,” Ayesha told Blavity.com.
Curry, who inherited the "Chef Curry" nickname from rapper Drake for his play-making ability on the court, patented his alias back in 2016 with the intent to use it for future business ventures.
Curry is oviously a big fan of his wife's cooking, especially when she serves us his favorite dish, chicken parmigiana.
"That’s the comfort food I make for him. I was getting really upset with him. 'Why are you telling people that’s what I make?' It’s such an easy dish. But he pulled at my heartstrings. He was like, ‘I had a really bad game one day and I came home and you made chicken parm and it made me happy,'" Ayesha exclaimed.
Curry is also the face of the Under Armour brand, boasting one of the most successful shoe brands in history. He also inked an extremely lucrative 5-year, $201-million supermax contract extension with the Warriors this past summer.