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ROG Masters Philippines details revealed, will have PHP 200,000 total prize pool

ROG Masters Philippines details revealed, will have PHP 200,000 total prize pool

by LouisJune 6, 2017
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Also, REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN!

Just late last month ASUS Republic of Gamers announced the return of their ROG Masters global tournament for Dota 2 and Counter Strike Global Offensive, this time with a massive prize pool of USD 500,000, split between the 2 games.

Still including the SEA region as part of the Asia-Pacific Qualifying stage, together with Americas, China and EMEA, the ROG Masters also just recently announced that they will be holding a Philippine qualifier with the registrations already ongoing for both Dota 2 [link] and CS:GO [link].

The Philippine qualifier rounds will run until Aug 2017 with the first of them being Counter Strike Global Offensive which will run from June 24 t0 25, 2017. Dota 2 will then follow on July 22 to 23, 2017 with the semi-finals event for both games to take place on Aug 12, 2017 and the Finals event on Aug 13, 2017.

ROG Masters Philippine Qualifiers Dates to Remember

CS:GO Qualifiers

  • Registration Link: [LINK]
  • First Qualifier Phase: June 24-25, 2017
  • Semi Finals Round: Aug 12, 2017
  • Finals Round: Aug 13, 2017

Dota 2 Qualifiers

  • Registration Link: [LINK]
  • First Qualifier Phase: July 22-23, 2017
  • Semi Finals Round: Aug 12, 2017
  • Finals Round: Aug 13, 2017

Although there are rumors that the ROG Masters Philippines leg will try to be a major LAN once again in the country, there is still no definite news regarding any LAN event happening during the Qualifier Finals stage. Prize pool for each game title in the PH Qualifier rounds will be PHP 100,000, giving it a full total of PHP 200,000.

 

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Louis
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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