Asia Gaming Giant Set to Launch in US with Real-money Gaming
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Mobile Premier League (MPL), Asia’s largest esports and skill gaming platform, has announced the official launch of the MPL App in the US with nine casual games. The app is now available on the Apple App Store and on Android for users to download.

The MPL App in the US offers a seamless player experience and the unique opportunity to play, compete, and win cash prizes – all under one super app.

Based in India with offices in Singapore and Jakarta, Indonesia, MPL was founded in 2018 and has quickly become Asia’s largest and most trusted gaming platform with more than 81 million registered users across India and Indonesia.

MPL will offer nine high-quality casual games at launch, and new games will be introduced on a regular basis. The first slate of quick, fun, and fast-action games includes Baseball Star, Block Puzzle, Bowling, Pool, 21 Puzzle, and others.

The MPL App provides players the opportunity to compete in a variety of formats, including head-to-head matches or in tournament play, with the option to participate in free competitions or for low minimums ranging from 60 cents to $6. All head-to-head matchups will be determined by MPL’s proprietary and best-in-class player matching technology. For any games with real cash prizes, players need to be at least 18 years of age.

“It is a historic moment for MPL as we launch in the US and continue to grow our presence around the world. With our proven success in India and Indonesia, combined with the soaring popularity of casual real-money gaming in the US, we look forward to providing millions of players in the US with a safe, fair and incredible gaming experience,” Sai Srinivas, Co-Founder and CEO of MPL, said.

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