Mobile Legends: Bang Bang is all set to get a China release, following its approval in the region. The National Press and Publication Administration (NPPA) recently released the approval information for domestic online games in April 2023, and the popular MOBA has been one of the 86 games.
Players from China will soon get to experience Mobile Legends: Bang Bang on their devices
Mobile Legends: Bang Bang is a MOBA game developed and published by Moonton, a subsidiary of ByteDance. The game was released in 2016 and grew in popularity, most prominently in Southeast Asia. Since then, it surpassed the 1 billion downloads milestone, with peak monthly players of 100 million.
The game offers real-time 5v5 battles against real players. 3 lanes, 4 jungle areas, 2 bosses, 18 defense towers, and endless fights as well. However, the game wasn’t approved in China, and was waiting for it to be granted soon, which has been granted today dated April 20, 2023.
In the list announced by the NPPA that contains the approval of 86 games, Mobile Legends: Bang Bang found itself under entry number 57, with the title The Pinnacle of Decisive Victory. ByteDance’s other civilization-themed game titled Planet: Reboot was also on the approval list.
With this, Moonton is now looking forward to offering a whole new gaming experience to Chinese players. There is no denying that the company hopes that Chinese organizations will join the MLBB global esports ecosystem as soon as possible.
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