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Honor of Kings Arrives in India, Sparking Industry Excitement

Honor of Kings Arrives in India, Sparking Industry Excitement

Honor of Kings, one of the world's highest-grossing and most popular Mobile MOBA games will potentially be launched soon in India

Honor of Kings is the world’s most-played mobile MOBA with a staggering 100 million daily players. The title is gearing up for a launch in India. This news comes via the rebranding of the official Clash of Titans India Instagram account (formerly the Indian version of Arena of Valor) to Honor of Kings India.

Honor of Kings Prepares for India Debut

Honor of Kings is the undisputed king of mobile MOBAs, boasting the highest number of daily players globally. The game is a major player in the esports scene. It features in the prestigious Esports World Cup with a hefty $3 million prize pool.

Mr. Animesh Agarwal, Founder & CEO of 8Bit Creatives and Co-Founder of S8UL:“The release of Honor of Kings in India can be a game-changer for the country’s mobile gaming market. With its massive player base and global popularity, the game’s potential entry into India will attract a new segment of players and drive growth within the MOBA gaming community. The entire industry is anticipating the game’s official launch.”

Mr Lokesh Suji, Director, Esports Federation of India & Vice President of the Asian Esports Federation (AESF): “The introduction of Honor of Kings to the Indian video gaming landscape can play a crucial role in catalyzing the growth of Esports in our nation. With the game well renowned for placing a strong emphasis on Esports tournaments with lucrative prize pools. We anticipate a surge in competitive gaming in the country. Its release will also elevate the competition within the MOBA genre in India. It will contribute to creating a sustainable Esports ecosystem based on multiple games. We are eager to witness the positive impact of the game on the country’s Esports community.”

Mrinmoy Lakhar a.k.a. 8Bit_Beg4Mercy, a prominent gamer of S8UL: “Honor of Kings marking its official launch in India will provide our Esports players with the opportunity to enhance their gameplay by competing against their international counterparts. With the game having laid out a well-structured roadmap for other regions. We hope that the Indian market will be prioritized in a similar fashion to grant our players ample opportunities to showcase their skills. Concurrently, gaming creators will find a fresh canvas in Honor of Kings. By curating unique content, creators will be able to cater to the game’s passionate audience. It will expand the reach of gaming in the nation.”

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Mr. Rohit Agarwal, Founder & Director, Alpha Zegus, the next-gen marketing agency specializing in the domains of gaming & lifestyle: “One of the biggest mobile MOBA games ever, Honor of Kings very recently made its entry into the (MENA) region. And its entry in India is going to be very warmly welcomed, considering India loves MOBA. It’s going to go head-on with the likes of BGMI, which is currently the biggest Mobile game in India, and that would be quite interesting to watch. But I’m glad that the players as well as the audience will have more MOBA titles to try apart from BGMI, and if all goes well, our country might be represented at the Riyadh Esports World Cup. Fingers crossed that there are no pushbacks from the government on any compliances.”

Level Infinite and TiMi Studio Group are proud to announce that Honor of Kings will launch worldwide in 2024. The mobile MOBA phenomenon with over 100,000,000 dedicated daily players is making its way to you. When Honor of Kings is released in North America, South America, Europe, and beyond, new players will benefit from years of gameplay balancing and rich features including quality-of-life systems and multiple game modes!


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