Mobile Legends: Bang Bang is an MOBA game designed for mobile phones. The two opposing teams struggle to reach and destroy the enemy base while maintaining their own base to control the path, three "paths" known as "top", "middle" and "bottom", which connect the bases.  On each team, there are five players who each control an avatar, known as a "hero", from their own devices. Weaker computer-controlled characters, called "minions", lay eggs at the base of the team and follow three paths to the opposing team's base, fighting enemies and towers.  Copyright controversy Riot Games, the company that developed and published the PC game League of Legends, filed a lawsuit on July 11, 2017 against Mobile Legends: Bang Bang developers namely Shanghai Moonton Technology to the California District Court for violating several trademarks in the game.  The lawsuit was based on alleged violations of intellectual property by Moonton, Riot Games lawyers said in their lawsuit, that Moonto
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