Mobile Legend NFT's Sold out in minutes

With over 100 million monthly active players, one of the world's most popular multiplayer mobile games is releasing its first-ever NFT Collection. MLBB: The Aspirants Mystery Box, published by NFKings, will be available for purchase on Binance NFT starting tomorrow, January 19.


NFT goods based on characters from the popular MOBA game are included in MLBB's Mystery Box. It stars Layla and Fanny and includes 12 different mystery boxes in four different grades, each with a digital figure and exclusive character animations. Each surprise package also includes a chance to win fantastic in-game goodies.

The Aspirants are a collection of MLBB skins that are classified as super super rare (SSR), super rare (SR), rare (R), and normal (R) (N). In total, 150 boxes are labeled as SSR, with only 0.60 percent of users being able to obtain them.

The other categories, on the other hand, have thousands of boxes with a chance of greater than 6% but less than 13%. With a 7.40 percent chance, very rare items have 1,850 boxes. Rare items have 2,250 boxes and a 9% chance of being acquired, whereas standard things have 3,000 boxes and a 12% chance of being acquired.

The highlighted skins were based on two MLBB characters, Layla and Fanny, with the Blade of Kibou Fanny and Miss Hikari Layla SSR skins being the standouts, both boasting an anime-inspired aesthetic.

There will be a total of 25,000 mystery boxes available for purchase, each costing 25 BUSD or $25. For community airdrops, the crew set aside 300 boxes. To facilitate fair distribution, consumers can only buy a maximum of 100 boxes at a time.


Meanwhile, in 2022, the NFT market is off to a strong start. This January, OpenSea saw $3.4 billion in trade volume in just 15 days, making it the highest month for NFTs. As a result, we may expect more spectacular drops in the next days and months. We'll see more first-timers in the space, similar to how Mobile Legends got into NFTs for the first time.

The Aspirants, the NFT collection from Mobile Legends: Bang Bang, was already sold out minutes after it was launched. There were a total of 24,700 boxes available, with 300 designated for community air drops. Each user is limited to 100 boxes, each of which costs 25 BUSD. The number of boxes dropped to 13,000 seconds after its official launch on, and then to zero seconds later.

About the Game
The game gained a lot of traction after it was released in 2016, especially in Southeast Asia. It made an all-time high of $1 billion last year. It is one of the top mobile games of its genre with the most worldwide appeal, with 44 percent of its income coming from the Asian market. With over a billion downloads, it has the potential to accelerate the adoption of NFTs across Asia.


The game sets two teams of five against each other in real-time, with matchmaking taking at least 10 seconds and bouts lasting at least 10 minutes. Players must fight over three lanes to take the enemy's tower and protect their own in this traditional battle arena game. There is no hero training or a pay-to-play aspect, like in traditional MOBAs; instead, winners and losers are determined by skill, ability, and strategy.

The game is completely free to play and is only supported by in-game purchases such as characters and skins. Each player takes control of a customizable character named "Hero," who has his or her own set of abilities and qualities. The basic objective of heroes is defined by six roles: "Tank," "Marksman," "Assassin," "Fighter," "Mage," and "Support." Players' obligations for their respective teams are determined by these roles. Players can also customize their heroes' builds, which include in-game items and emblems.

The game's introduction into the eSports scene was the catalyst for its extraordinary development and popularity. Moonton, the game's publisher, organized a number of regional competitions known as the Mobile Legends: Bang Bang Professional League (MPL). The World Championships have so far attracted 15 countries, including Japan, Russia, Turkey, and the United States.