Mastiff Games, a San Francisco-based publisher, has acquired the video game licence for the Major League Eating competitions.
Major League Eating oversees "all top eating events" in America, including the July 4 hot-dog eating contest, the world deep-fried asparagus eating championship, and La Costena jalapeño-eating contest.
According to the announcement, "Major League Eating: The Game features the world's greatest gurgitory athletes competing across 12 different food types. Built much like a fighting game, MLE: The Game requires players to show brilliant onscreen eating; a mastery of offensive and defensive weapons including burps, belches, and mustard gas."
The "head woof" at Mastiff, Bill Swartz, commented, "Major League Eaters aren't just athletes, they are the people who built America."
The company has yet to announce a release window or platforms for Major League Eating: The Game.