Riot Games is suing Shanghai-based Mobile Legends: Bang Bang for plagiarism from Wild Rift, a League of Legends mobile game. On Monday, May 9, 2022, Riot Games filed a lawsuit against the developers of Moonton Games in a California court in the United States.

This is the second time that Riot Games has sued Moonton. In 2017, Tencent, the parent company of Riot Games, sued the CEO of the developer of Moonton Games for violating a non-competitive agreement in the country. China and received $ 2.9 million as payment in 2018. The previous lawsuit only saw Moonton pay $ 2.9 million in damages, change its name from Mobile Legends to Mobile Legends: Bang Bang and make minor changes to the game.

Riot Games has filed another lawsuit against Mobile Legends: Bang Bang, but this time Riot Games has written a 35-page lawsuit alleging that Moonton Games tried to duplicate Event and Hero or Skin. Copy it and try to get Moonton Games to drop the game.

Here are those 35 pages of complaints: