Sprint Cup champ Keselowski part of “Watch Dogs” video game

April 12, 2014 

— – Brad Keselowski’s secret life will be exposed – at least as a character in the new video game, “Watch Dogs.”

The 2012 Sprint Cup champion has partnered with game-maker Ubisoft for “Watch Dogs,” which will be released next month.

Keselowski is described in the game as one of many people in the virtual city of Chicago that players can interact with. It promises that players will find what “secrets lurk deep within a NASCAR champ’s history.”

The description says players can use main character Aiden Pearce’s ability to hack into Keselowski’s profile to unlock what is there.

Keselowski started fifth for Saturday night’s Southern 500 at Darlington Raceway.

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