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Moba Mobile Game Developer, Mobile Legends Receives Claims From Riot Games

The mobile game that is currently on the rise, Mobile Legends, appears to be on trial after Riot Games filed a lawsuit Shanghai Moonton Technology through the California courts.

At first glance, the Mobile Legends game is very similar to the League of Legends game from Riot Games. It could even be said that the Mobile Legends game is a mobile version of League of Legends because of the similarities in gameplay and other things.

In fact, Riot Games has attempted to communicate with Shanghai Moonton Technology to withdraw the Mobile Legends: 5V5 MOBA game from the Play Store or App Store immediately. This was done by the developer, but soon they released the game under a different name, which was Mobile Legends: Bang Bang.

It is estimated that Mobile Legends made up to millions of dollars in profit from this copyright infringement. The lawsuit went to a California court just last week and is still under investigation.

Do you think the Mobile Legends game is against copyright law?

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