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Arena of Valor is a gaming app featuring a multiplayer online battle arena in which players compete to the death, often while communicating as teams over the chat feature. It is available for both iOS and Android devices and offers in-app purchases. Though this game has violent tendencies it is suitable for teens with adult supervision.

About Arena of Valor
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What is Arena of Valor?

Arena of Valor is a gaming app featuring a multiplayer online battle arena, in which players compete to the death. Arena of Valor, available for both iOS and Android devices, is rated for teen players and according to the terms of service, users under the age of 16 years of age must have parental consent to download and play the Arena of Valor app.


Arena of Valor is free to play, but does offer in-app purchases ranging in price from $0.99 to $99.99.


Arena of Valor competitors can choose to play within three separate categories: Casual Match, Ranked Match, and Training Camp. Strikes against other characters or players are known as First Blood, Double Kill and Triple Kill, to give parents an idea of the game’s nature.


It should be noted that each of the more than 40 “fearless heroes” players have to choose from are as fantastical as characters come, so there is definitely no confusing real life with the Arena of Valor game.


Friends within Arena of Valor are filtered and managed via multiple categories, including Facebook friends, in-game friends, friend requests and people nearby. When users link their Facebook account in Arena of Valor, they have the ability to add those friends in their list also on the platform. In addition, players may add other players as in-game friends, in addition to approving in-game friend requests.


The highest grossing mobile game of 2017, Arena of Valor is not only popular, it drives players to spend money on in-app purchases. And while players can have a decent go of game play without playing, to really customize their characters, and outfit them with the best powers and weapons, it will take some investment, translating into purchases of in-game currency packages.

Is Arena of Valor safe for my kids?

Arena of Valor is safe for kids with appropriate parental supervision

Parents should be aware that Arena of Valor is a multiplayer gaming app, with an end goal of killing one’s opponents. While the violence in the Arena of Valor app is cartoon in nature, players must use weapons to battle opponents to the death.

Parents, however, should be relieved to know that Arena of Valor, like most other multiplayer online battle arena (MOBA) games, is pretty complicated to play, and will likely not capture the attention of younger players

An aspect of Arena of Valor that parents should be aware of is the chat function within the game. Chats are divided into three separate categories: General (with players worldwide), Friends (with a player’s friends within the game), Region (showing players in the nearby area with whom users can chat).

When playing in teams and groups, chat is necessary for players to communicate strategy and powers/power-ups, but parents should be aware that their children have the ability to chat with virtual strangers in the Arena of Valor game, and should monitor their usage accordingly.

Parents should be aware that their child’s location is usedto suggest friends in the nearby area, so this is something to keep an eye on.

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