Mobile Legends: Bang Bang prepares its launch in China- Mobile Legends: Bang Bang has emerged as one of the most popular mobile MOBA games in Asia and it is now also expanding to other regions of the world. But MOONTON never released its mobile MOBA in its origin country, which is China. But there have been leaks that show that this might change in the coming future.
Mobile Legends: Bang Bang China release
There have been many leaks circulating in the Chinese social media that state that MOONTON is gearing up for the launch of the Chinese version of Mobile Legends: Bang Bang. With the game’s possible release in 2022, we might also witness the addition of another competitive esports league for the game, which will be MPL China.
China is considered to be the bastion of esports as almost all popular gaming titles try to attract the large population of Chinese gamers present here. It is the reason so many games have a different Chinese server for the players of the region. China also has formidable esports organizations, especially for the MOBA genre games like League of Legends, DOTA 2, Wild Rift, Honor of Kings, etc. Thus, it is no wonder that MOONTON is finally looking to establish itself here.
Mobile Legends: Bang Bang leaks
There have already been rumors about the Chinese release of Mobile Legends: Bang Bang when hesketh2, who is a Liquipedia staff, tweeted that Bytedance is internally testing a Chinese version of MLBB called “Win the Peak.” Now, there are also many pictures that are being circulated on social media that show some of the MLBB heroes having a slightly changed appearance for the Chinese MLBB version. Still, there is no official confirmation released by MOONTON.
If Mobile Legends: Bang Bang were to be released in the country, its biggest competitors will be Tencent’s Honor of Kings, which has been popular here since 2015, and League of Legends: Wild Rift, which has already made its debut in 2021.
Mobile Legends: Bang Bang has already created various professional leagues outside of Southeast Asia like in Brazil, Cambodia, and Middle East-North Africa. Thus, expanding to the booming esports scene of China will be a good decision.