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ASUS to host ROG Masters in Asia, will feature USD 200,000 in prize pool.

ASUS to host ROG Masters in Asia, will feature USD 200,000 in prize pool.

by Louis Daniel AndresAugust 16, 2016
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The road to Kuala Lumpur officially begins in Asus Republic of Gamers’ ROG Masters.

ROG Masters Banner

Republic of Gamers, Asus’ PC hardware and peripheral gaming brand, has just launched the ROG Masters, a multi-title Electronic Sports tournament inviting teams from Asia and Oceania to compete in competitive gaming titles, Dota 2 and Counter Strike: Global Offensive for a combined prize pool of USD 200,000.

The open tournament will have its Online Qualifier phase, featuring 5 different regions from all across Asia and Oceania, with the winners to meet in the LAN finals which will be held this coming November 12 and 13 in the Kuala Lumpur City Center, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Registration and Qualifier Dates

Game Registration Phase Online Qualifiers Regions Prize Pool
Dota 2 Today – Sept 4, 2016 Sept – Oct 2016 OCE, EA, SEA,
CN, ROA
USD 150,000
Counter Strike: Global Offensive Today – Sept 4, 2016 Sept – Oct 2016 OCE, EA, SEA,
CN, ROA
USD 50,000

Region Info:

  • OCE – Australia, New Zealand
  • EA – Japan, Taiwan, Korea, Hong Kong, Macau
  • SEA – Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam, Malaysia, Singapore, Philippines, Myanmar, Cambodia
  • CN – China
  • ROA – Rest of Asia

Interested participants can head on to tournament’s official website, www.ROG-Masters.com.

Asia has become home to famed Dota 2 teams such as MVP PhoenixTNC Pro Team Dota 2 and Fnatic Dota, all of which have clinched Top 8 spots in the recently concluded The International Dota 2 Championships 2016. ROG Masters aims to “uncover rising talent in the Asian Dota 2 and CS:GO scenes and bring it into the spotlight“.

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Louis Daniel Andres
Gaming know it all, dresses like a thug at conventions, loves to spam Spiritbreaker in Dota 2, and only owns video games because of free keys and game codes.
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