Developers sued over alleged ‘league of legends’ knock-off are actually crying fake news

In the suit, Riot pointed out it already tried to stop Moontoon’s infringing of the games, which Moontoon’s resulting actions managed to get appear that the organization was conscious of its violation.

After Riot discovered Mobile Legends: 5v5 MOBA and notified Google the game was infringing, Moonton presupposed to take away the game in the Google Play store. However that was just a subterfuge. Soon after removing Mobile Legends: 5v5 MOBA, Moonton (without notifying Riot or Google) released a ‘new’ game, Mobile Legends: Bang bang. However, Mobile Legends: Bang bang wasn’t a brand new game whatsoever, however was the very same game as Mobile Legends: 5v5 MOBA, with a few modest changes.

After news of the suit against Moontoon started to spread, Moontoon released an announcement around the Mobile Legends: Bang bang Facebook page, stating that its very own ip is independent from Riot’s. Additionally, it calls out unnamed media which have reported around the suit and threatened law suit against them.


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