THE iDOLM@STER Million Live!

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THE iDOLM@STER Million Live!
THE iDOLM@STER Million Live! 2023 Logo.png
MilionLive iOS icon.jpg
Video Game Data
Platform: GREE (Android, iOS, PC)
Publisher: Bandai Namco Studios Inc.
Developer: Bandai Namco Entertainment Inc.
Selling Agency: GREE
Release Date: February 27, 2013,
October 22, 2014 (Android),
December 22, 2014 (iOS),
February 2, 2016 (PC/Mac OS)
Shutdown Date: March 19, 2018
CERO Rating:

THE iDOLM@STER Million Live! (アイドルマスター ミリオンライブ! Aidorumasutaa Mirion Raibu!) was a game that featured all 13 765 Production idols and 37 new idols. Like THE iDOLM@STER Cinderella Girls, it was a social media game. But unlike Cinderella Girls, all of the idols have voice actresses. A list of the gacha campaigns can be found here. All of the idols were featured in this game star in CDs called the MILLION LIVE! series. The game's service officially ended on March 19, 2018, and most Million Live! content and updates have now been shifted to Theater Days.

Accessing the game

The game was accessed through the GREE mobile phone application that could be downloaded in the Google Play Store or Apple App Store. A proxy was required to make a Japanese GREE account, but not to start the game. Additionally, the game's app was not available in foreign app stores. A proxy and a corresponding account created in Japan was required for the download. The Million Live! app was a bit more processor intensive than simply launching it in a browser, but had some nice elevator music on all the pages.


The game introduces 37 new idols, working alongside 13 idols of 765 Production. The player becomes a Producer who belongs to 765 Production, and produces 50 idols who belong to 765 Production. While leading to the top idol, the idols will gather fans and grow the live theater!


The idols were obtained through collecting cards ranked by rarity (N, HN, R, HR, SR) and divided into categories; Vocal, Dance, Visual, and a fourth category, EX (reserved for special cards). Leveling up the cards made the idols stronger, with the higher rarities being able to reach higher levels.


Vocal Idols
ML Haruka Icon.png ML Chihaya Icon.png ML Takane Icon.png ML Azusa Icon.png ML Iori Icon.png
ML Mirai Icon.png ML Hinata Icon.png ML Julia Icon.png ML Sayoko Icon.png ML Kotoha Icon.png
ML Tomoka Icon.png ML Serika Icon.png ML Arisa Icon.png ML Shizuka Icon.png ML Anna Icon.png
ML Kana Icon.png

Dance Idols
ML Hibiki Icon.png ML Makoto Icon.png ML Yayoi Icon.png ML Emily Icon.png ML Tamaki Icon.png
ML Reika Icon.png ML Umi Icon.png ML Minako Icon.png ML Elena Icon.png ML Subaru Icon.png
ML Akane Icon.png ML Konomi Icon.png ML Noriko Icon.png ML Ayumu Icon.png ML Mizuki Icon.png
ML Rio Icon.png ML Nao Icon.png

Visual Idols
ML Yukiho Icon.png ML Ami Icon.png ML Ritsuko Icon.png ML Mami Icon.png ML Miki Icon.png
ML Tsubasa Icon.png ML Shiho Icon.png ML Karen Icon.png ML Yuriko Icon.png ML Momoko Icon.png
ML Matsuri Icon.png ML Megumi Icon.png ML Fuka Icon.png ML Iku Icon.png ML Chizuru Icon.png
ML Roco Icon.png ML Miya Icon.png

Platinum Live! Units