League of Legends wins plagiarism lawsuit against Mobile Legends

League of Legends wins plagiarism lawsuit against Mobile Legends

Tencent, the owner of Riot Games of League of Legends, won the lawsuit over plagiarism, which she moved against the Shanghai Moonton Technology Co for the game Mobile Legends ( Android and iOS ). As a result Mooton will have to pay a fine of 19.4 million Chinese yuan (around $ 2.9 million).

We reported this process first hand last year (2017). At the time, the Mobile Legends game was quickly removed from Google Play and the App Store.

League of Legends wins plagiarism lawsuit against Mobile Legends

According to the Dot Esports website , the original lawsuit says that Riot believes the Shanghai Moonton Technology Co. has made hundreds of thousands of dollars by copying the League of Legends. According to the lawsuit, this happened with both Mobile Legends and another game developed by the company, Magic Rush: Heroes.

Moonton can still appeal in the process, but it appears that an agreement will be made on both Mobile Legends and Magic Rush: Heroes, which will continue to be available for download.

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