Lingerie Football coming to a console near you

Western conference player Kam Warner (C) is tackled by Eastern Conference players during their...

Western conference player Kam Warner (C) is tackled by Eastern Conference players during their Lingerie Football League (LFL) All-Stars match in Sydney on June 9, 2012. (AFP PHOTO/William WEST)

QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 12:18 PM ET

Lingerie football, which is exactly what it sounds like, will soon be more than a spectator sport.

The Lingerie Football League has teamed up with Japan-based Yuke's Co., the folks behind the Ultimate Fighting Championship games, to develop a video game for the sport where buxom young women play football in their skivvies.

"As a leading sports and entertainment focused company, we have to keep a pulse on what is the next big franchise. We at Yuke's feel that there is incredible momentum building behind the LFL and that the sport is perfectly positioned to become the next big franchise in the gaming world," said Yuke's CEO Yukinori Taniguchi in a press release.

Lingerie football has recently taken Canadian sports fans by storm, setting up shop on Ontario, Saskatchewan and British Columbia.

Toronto Mayor Rob Ford's niece Krista briefly captained the Toronto team, but quit last fall after a team kerfuffle.

 


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