Mobile Legends Revenue and Player Statistics (2022)

What is Mobile Legends: Bang Bang?

Mobile Legends: Bang Bang, a MOBA game developed and published for mobile devices by Moonton in 2016, reached 1 billion downloads as of October 2020, making it one of the first games that come to mind when MOBA is mentioned. Game developer Moonton was acquired by ByteDance’s video game unit Nuverse in March 2021.

Drawing attention with its similarity to League of Legends, Mobile Legends draws attention with both its successful graphics and gameplay. The most important feature that distinguishes the game from other mobile MOBA games is the heroes pool. The fact that there are dozens of heroes for each role, which is endless and for each role, offers the players a lot of different options.

Positions such as assassin, fighter, support, and shooter that you remember from LoL also exist in Mobile Legends. You start the adventure as soon as you load the game, which is played 5v5 against completely real opponents. You can also team up with your friends and fight together. Mobile Legends, which is completely free, also includes different packages to speed up your development.

Mobile Legends: Bang Bang Developer: Moonton

Publisher: Moonton

Release Date: July 14, 2016

Mobile Legends Revenue Statistics (2022)

+ As of June 2022, Mobile Legends: Bang Bang generated $317.7 million over the past 12 months, accounting for approximately 32% of player spending in ByteDance’s mobile games. (Sensor Tower)

+ As of June 2022, Mobile Legends owner ByteDance’s portfolio of mobile games has generated over $1 billion globally from player spending across the App Store and Google Play during the past 12 months. 

+ As of January 2020, Mobile Legends generated $502.5 million in lifetime gross revenue. 

Mobile Legends Revenue
2021$236.1 million
2020$223.84 million
2019$214.1 million
2018$157.9 million
2017$116.9 million
2016$5.4 million

Mobile Legends Player Statistics (2022)

+ In 2021, Mobile Legends generated over 78 million downloads. 

+ As of October 2020, Mobile Legends: Bang Bang hit 1 billion global downloads. 

Written by Maya Robertson

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