Honour of Kings was the second-highest earning mobile game worldwide this August, racking up US$204.8 million in gross revenue, according to mobile app research firm Sensor Tower. Photo: Bloomberg Honour of Kings was the second-highest earning mobile game worldwide this August, racking up US$204.8 million in gross revenue, according to mobile app research firm Sensor Tower. Photo: Bloomberg
Honour of Kings was the second-highest earning mobile game worldwide this August, racking up US$204.8 million in gross revenue, according to mobile app research firm Sensor Tower. Photo: Bloomberg

First all-female team to join Honour of Kings pro e-sports league say they are better than men

  • Gender diversity in e-sports has become a talking point in the industry, with women still under-represented
  • Honour of Kings has been the most popular and lucrative mobile game in China in recent years

Topic |   E-sports
Honour of Kings was the second-highest earning mobile game worldwide this August, racking up US$204.8 million in gross revenue, according to mobile app research firm Sensor Tower. Photo: Bloomberg Honour of Kings was the second-highest earning mobile game worldwide this August, racking up US$204.8 million in gross revenue, according to mobile app research firm Sensor Tower. Photo: Bloomberg
Honour of Kings was the second-highest earning mobile game worldwide this August, racking up US$204.8 million in gross revenue, according to mobile app research firm Sensor Tower. Photo: Bloomberg
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