Mobile Legends Player Count: How Many People Still Play ML
- ML had over one billion installs and 100 million monthly active users earlier last year.
- The Philippines alone had 100 million registered users and 25 million monthly active users.
- In March 2021, MLBB had 78 Million monthly players logging in to the game.
Mobile Legends: Bang Bang has always enjoyed a massive player count with an impressive amount of total downloads on the Google Play Store. ML’s player count is extremely impressive considering that Mobile Legends is already a five-year-old game and is yet to show signs of slowing down. Its recent M2 World Championship managed to garner a total of 3.8 Million peak viewership which rivaled other big esports titles such as DOTA 2’s The International 2019, CS: GO’s IEM Katowice 2020, and League of Legends: World Championship 2020. This milestone proves that ML is definitely one of the biggest mobile esports games in the market and can compete against the biggest PC Esports titles. But how big is the game? What is Mobile Legends’ Player Count?RELATED: MPL PH Season 7 Week 2 Recap: Unstoppable Blacklist International is on Top
Mobile Legends Player Count:
Mobile Legends had over one billion installs and 100 million monthly active users in November 2020, according to a report by Business World. During the same time, the Philippines alone had 100 million registered users and 25 million monthly active users.
ML Continues to Rise to the Top
While we do not have any official statistics from Moonton, third-party websites such as Activeplayer are able to provide estimated statistics regarding ML’s player counts for the past few months.
In March 2021, MLBB has had a massive number of 78 Million monthly players logging in to the game which peaked at around 8 Million active players in a day.
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Mobile Legends continues to rise in popularity and have been doing well in terms of the player base. We can expect to see more growth from the mobile MOBA game for years to come.