Reuters is reporting that Riot Games and Tencent Games are working cooperatively to develop a mobile version of League of Legends according to a trio of sources "with inside knowledge of the matter". A few years ago, Riot rejected the idea of mobile LoL after which Tencent developed a clone called Honour of Kings that was released in China. It subsequently became "the world's highest grossing multiplayer online battle arena game" in late 2015.
However, it now appears that the two companies have put aside their differences and have been working together for the past year on the mobile version. The sources do not believe that it will be released in 2019.
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