ASUS Republic of Gamers: eSports to Level Up in the Local Scene
ASUS Republic of Gamers (ROG) is the proud gaming laptop and monitor provider of the Professional Gamers' League (PGL) at the Manila Major, the most awaited gaming and eSports event in the country. The tournament which happens from June 7 to 12, 2016 at the Mall of Asia (MoA) Arena in Pasay, Manila, features 16 of the best DOTA 2 teams in the world all vying for the $3 million prize pool. ROG will be providing gaming notebooks, monitors, routers and key peripheral units that will be used all throughout for the Manila Major event.
The recently concluded ESL One Manila may have amped up the Pinoy DOTA 2 Hype but the bar has been raised even higher, along with the prize money, at the upcoming Manila Major tournament. As eSports get more media mileage and traction, Filipino pro gamers and enthusiasts are looking for the best gaming experience the best laptop and hardware can provide – The ASUS ROG line-up rises to the challenge.
ASUS ROG delivers the best gaming experience to pros and enthusiasts
Being the World’s No. 1 Gaming Laptop brand, ROG ups the ante with the most powerful and iconic laptop thus far, the ROG GX700, which is exclusively made available only to the most hardcore of gamers in the country, aptly dubbed as the “Legendary 20”. The ROG GX700's unmatched specs, along with being the world’s first-ever liquid-cooled laptop, guarantees users a gaming experience like never before.
At the Manila Major, ASUS ROG top-of-the-line gaming laptops will be used for the Analytics Desk, which says highly of how reliable the ROG laptop line up is. These ROG laptops include eight (8) G752 units, seven (7) GL552 units, and five (5) GL752 units. Only the best, for a tournament of the best, will do.
Moreover, ASUS gaming monitors, which include the 34-inch ROG Swift PG348Q, the 27-inch ROG Swift displays (PG278Q, PG279Q, and PG27AQ), and the ASUS VG248QE, provide gaming and cinematic visuals and exceptional refresh rates to suit the needs of different kinds of gamers. All monitors in the Manila Major will use ASUS gaming monitors to ensure seamless gaming experience.
ASUS routers, known for its farthest Wi-Fi range, easy setup and management, and secure networking with exclusive ASUS AiProtection. To provide uninterrupted networking across the event, the ASUS RT-AC88U gaming router will be at the forefront together with all sponsored ROG products to ensure the most captivating experience for everyone.
See the Best of ROG in action at the Manila Major, enjoy Bang-for-Buck promos
At the Moa Arena, ASUS ROG booths will showcase the latest gaming products from notebooks to breakthrough displays to gaming accessories and peripherals - all ready for the next generation of gamers. Exclusive activities will be held on-site with awesome prizes and freebies to be given away to ROG booth activity participants.
For those unable to attend the event, ROG will offer exclusive promotions through its partner dealers, with enticing deals to make the purchase worth every Peso.
Joining forces in uplifting eSports in the local scene
The partnership between ASUS ROG, Valve and PGL can help advance the Philippine professional gaming and eSport scene.
The ASUS Republic of Gamers delivers amazing gaming experiences - through its notebooks, desktops, motherboards, graphic cards, monitors, routers, and gaming peripherals. ASUS ROG also offers community support to gaming enthusiasts who want the best PC gaming experience possible.
Further, Valve is an award-winning Entertainment Software and Technology Company – and the creator of Steam, the pioneering game platform that distributes and manages thousands of games directly to a community of more than 65 million players around the world.
Complementing the equation, The Professional Gamers' League (PGL) has more than five years of production expertise, which includes seamless and efficient handling of DOTA 2 tournaments in the Philippines.
Don't miss the action and visit the ASUS ROG booth at the Manila Major which is happening from June 7 to 12 at the Mall of Asia (MoA) Arena.