So, this is what I've been into on that sunny day of February 10.
Playing VainGlory with the cool/techie kids 😂😎😬🎮

OMG! The last time na naglaro ako was in college pa, 
Ragnarok and counter strike pa mga beshies!
Pero if counted ang plants vs zombies and candy crush eh di the gamer in me is still alive, Char!!!

With the mobile gaming industry hitting it big and growing increasingly competitive in the local scene now more than ever, it has become a necessity for avid mobile gamers to have a device that offers the best and most optimized gameplay experience. And this quest for the elusive smartphone most fit for mobile gaming seems to have finally ended, what with the recent introduction of the “Battery King with Full View Display”, the ASUS ZenFone Max Plus. This particular quest was on full display, as ASUS Philippines recently held the first-ever MAX ESPORTS: Vainglory Tournament, with the ZenFone Max Plus front and center of this thrilling experience.

The Max Esports: Vainglory Tournament was conceived through a collaboration between ZenTalk Philippines – the Official Online Community of ZenFone Philippines – and international game developer, Super Evil Megacorp (SEMC), creators of the Multiplayer Online Battle Arena (MOBA) perfected for touch, Vainglory.


Team Zen vs Team Go
Team Zen was composed Sionne Miranda from The Bag Investigator, Chester Labaco from Hungry Geeks, and Cyrus Villegas from the Vainglory community. 
Team Go, had Darwin del Rosario from Filipino Tech Addict, Emman Tortoza from Gadget Pilipinas, and Matthew Garcia – another name from the Vainglory local community – on board.
VainGlory Highlight:  Watch it here!

Team Max vs Team Zoom
Team Max’s (our team) Aci Bornea of, Duey Guison of Unbox.PH, and Nico Guarte of NicDroid up 
Team Zoom’s Christian Pena of TechbeatPH, Adrian Ayuyac of Ungeek.PH, and Vincent Haoson of DAGeeks.

The Battle for Ultimate Glory
The finals had a rapid pace, with Team Go quickly scoring a double kill, and snuck in another one a few minutes into the finals game. With excellent team play, they quickly racked points from double and triple kills. This further extended their advantage.

The Ultimate Champions of the Max esports Tournament, Team Go’s Darwin del Rosario, Matthew Garcia, and Emman Tortoza, flanked by ZenTalk Community Specialist, Meldon Quindoy and Technical PR Specialist, Nikko Reducto

By late game, Team Go dominated the match. After a triple kill and another full wipe in the jungle, Team Zoom’s heroes were unable to respawn in time to defend their turrets. After a defense attempt thwarted by yet another double kill by Team Go, Team Zoom’s Vain Crystal fell, and Team Go seized the championship, with Team Zoom securing 2nd place.

How the game went? 
Watch it here:

Level up your gaming skills with ZenFone Max Plus

Known as one of the newer addition to the line-up of “Battery Kings”, the ASUS ZenFone Max Plus was put to the test. With its 1.5GHz octa-core CPU 4GB of RAM, this new royal offers an accurate and responsive gameplay as well as an immersive graphics with the 18:9 Full View FHD+ Display. All of these come together for the ultimate mobile gaming experience.

“Playing with the ZenFone Max Plus was fun because the movements were really smooth and controls were accurate. I did not encounter problems at all,” said Matthew Garcia, the long-time player of Vainglory.

Get ASUS’ newest addition to its Battery King line-up, the ZenFone Max Plus made for gaming and entertainment without breaking your wallet – for only PHP 11,995.00!