A speaker company is raising more than $200 million to make a “Kabom” for a $200k prize.KABOM, which stands for “Kobam,” the name of the show in the show, is a popular game that pits contestants against each other in a round-robin format.
A kaboom is the first thing a contestant says, the next thing he or she says is “KABOOM,” the winning contestant yells.
In the U.S., the show has drawn fans and criticism for its high stakes.
In a lawsuit, the American Music Awards Commission said contestants could be fined up to $1 million if they failed to play by the rules.
It also said the show would be shut down if there was a contest with no winners.
The $200m prize for the show was announced Monday, and it will be distributed to the first 25 contestants.
The show will be broadcast in more than 30 countries and will be produced by Sony Music Entertainment, the company said.
The $20 million prize is the largest prize ever paid for a game show, and the first to go to a game on mobile platforms.
The last major contest in a mobile game was a $50 million prize for Clash of Clans.