Mobile Premier League (MPL) is an online gaming platform where you play games and win real cash. It gives you access to over 40 games and some fantasy sports where you create your team and compete on the statistical performances of those players in actual games.
- Good number of options for games
- Good graphics and gaming experience
- All games can be played on a single platform
- Can be played on a budget smartphone
- Same game. Different Name.
Eg: World Cricket Championship, Run Out, Pro Cricket, Cricket Clash, Fruit Cutter, Fruit Slice, Fruit Chop, Poker, Poker Puzzle, etc
- Information overload at places
- Cluttered UI/ UX
The platform has enough fantasy sports options for you to stay entertained all the time. The graphics of the games are good and offer a good gaming experience even if you have a budget smartphone.
The app has an information overload right from the home page and looks cluttered. Too much information on the screen makes it difficult to get comfortable with the platform at first but then you get accustomed to the user interface. The appalling color choices made at some places like using red and bright green together. (No, it’s not Christmas already) will have to be overlooked. The app has too much going on at the same time which seems impossible to track and take part in.
Inclusion of some games like Auto Raja can make the first-timer wonder whether the app is worth their time at all. One of the games I liked was Tiny Militia since it was short, interesting, and fun to play. However, it is also confusing at times because MPL has 2-3 versions of Poker and Cricket.
The app makes you spin the wheel to make you feel lucky when you visit for the first time in the day. But the set algorithm mostly ends up on ‘100% cashback’ with the condition of getting the cashback only on adding more money to your wallet. This is a vicious cycle. The trap where your money is now stuck and compels you mentally to play more games. Coming to depositing the winning amount, they typically take 4-8 hours which seems a really long wait for one’s own money.
It sure does offer prize money for a larger audience, but the winning is at times too small and the number of players too many. So, you must ask yourself if your time is worth the (very) small prize (money) on offer of play games and win real cash.