ASUS has announced the very first ROG Masters Asia Pacific eSports tournament that runs throughout the entirety of March and April.


The game that the tournament features is Counter-Strike: Global Offensive and with a variety of teams participated by 15 countries, the competition will be held fully online due to geographical issues as well as the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Not the entirety of the battles will be live-streamed which only starting from the quarterfinals up until the grand finals.  Therefore, each country will have its own qualifiers and local finals and the crowned team will represent their country to enter into the Asia Pacific Finals.

For Malaysia, the country qualifiers will start in the first week of April with the country finals live-streamed on April 4th through the ASUS ROG Malaysia Facebook page and YouTube channel. Regarding the prize pool, for country-level, the champions will get USD800 while the runner-up will obtain USD400 as well as ROG peripherals. The APAC finals will net the 1st, 2nd and 3rd place with USD10000, USD3500, and USD1500.

The registration phase will initiate starting February 8 at this link and ends on February 28. Got what it takes to become the next FPS god? Sign up with your squad and try your hand to meet the country’s and possibly the region’s best at this tournament.


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