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Tencent Announces Mobile Esports Arena of Valor World Cup

Though it might not be the most familiar title to Western audiences, Arena of Valor — the hit MOBA title known in other territories as Kings of Glory — is one of the most popular games to land on mobile devices over the past few years. It's a huge title for a number of reasons, not the least of which has been its reputation as a dangerously addictive experience that was likened to both drugs and poison by the Chinese government.
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