The Mobile Legends: Bang Bang (MLBB) community has called together to rate 1 star Wild Rift on both App Store and Google Play platforms amid the context of its game being hit by a second plagiarism scandal.
The first days of May 2022. The MLBB and Wild Rift communities had the opportunity to argue when the father of Wild Rift, Riot Games, filed a lawsuit against Moonton to the California Supreme Court about the issue of misuse of Wild Rift’s images and content continuously and intentionally. for profit.
Riot is very determined for this lawsuit when citing dozens of different pieces of evidence against Moonton’s MLBB. Even in the text, Riot also emphasizes that: “Moonton never fails to wait to copy everything Wild Rift and League of Legends.”
Not only on the high-level front, the fan community of the two games also had the opportunity to “fight” to support their favorite game. However, the wrong part is on the part of the MLBB community in Vietnam and internationally in general when they call for a 1-star rating of Wild Rift application on the two leading platforms, App Store and Google Play. Too much than many players who lack knowledge, but the excess of prejudice from the MLBB community has given “my god” reasons for Riot suing Moonton such as that Riot is running out of money, so it needs to be sued to earn more… This player doesn’t understand that the litigation process often takes a long time, and even if Riot wins the lawsuit, it is unlikely that he will receive immediate compensation, it is very unreasonable for the company to expect such a far-fetched amount of money. billion dollars like Riot Games. Not to mention behind their back is the giant Tencent, so it is very inappropriate to attribute the litigation motive of Riot Games.
There is still a lack of knowledge of some members of the MLBB community
The fact that Riot Games sued Moonton in the California Supreme Court does not come from seeking compensation. According to Game4V’s assessment, based on Sensor Tower’s statistics for the 2021 MOBA market. Riot’s determination to pursue the lawsuit is to make Wild Rift easier to breathe right in his homeland, the United States. Since both Wild Rift and MLBB have a large market share in the MOBA game genre here, not to mention the revenue that “the country of Chinese flags” contributes to both games is at the top of the regional statistics outside of Asia. . Therefore, Riot desperately needs a ruling in their favor to help push MLBB out of the US market forever. Please take a look at some “ugly” images of the MLBB community when rating 1 star Wild Rift apps on the App Store and Google Play. :
Some comments and reviews make Wild Rift app 3.3 stars
Some comments from the MLBB . community
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