Myokines, secreted factors from skeletal muscle, act locally on muscle cells or satellite cells, which is important in regulating muscle mass and function. Here, we found platelet-derived growth factor subunit B (PDGF-B) is constitutively secreted from muscle cells without muscle contraction. Furthermore, PDGF-B secretion increased with myoblast to myotube differentiation. To examine the role of PDGF-B as a paracrine or autocrine myokine, myoblasts or myotubes were treated with PDGF-B. As a result, myoblast proliferation was significantly enhanced via several signaling pathways. Intriguingly, myotubes treated with PDGF-B showed enhanced maturation as indicated by their increased myotube diameter, myosin heavy chain expression, and strengthened contractile force. These findings suggest that PDGF-B is constitutively secreted by myokines to enhance myoblast proliferation and myotube maturation, which may contribute to skeletal muscle regeneration.