Honor of Kings is one of the top mobile games in China at the moment – it's got over 50 million daily active users, most of which are based in its home country, and regularly tops the grossing charts there too.
It's also pushing out beyond its roots under a wealth of different names, including Penta Storm in South Korea, Realm of Valor in Thailand and now Strike of Kings in Europe.
While it's definitely proven itself as a competitive game with an engaged audience, its real potential lies in it being the next "big" mobile eSport.
The next big thing
Mobile eSports are yet to take off to the extent that PC eSports has, but not for lack of trying – just look at the effort Super Evil Megacorp has put into growing Vainglory, or Supercell's attempts with Clash Royale.
But one thing everyone can agree on is that if a game is going to take off, it needs to be properly designed for the task.
To determine whether Strike of Kings was up to snuff, we decided to take a deep look into the game and how it plays, and found five reasons why its design means it could be the next big mobile eSport.
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