ASUS Announces ROG Masters APAC Esports Tournament For CS:GO Players

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ASUS Announces ROG Masters APAC Esports Tournament For CS:GO Players

ASUS has announced the ROG Masters Asia Pacific Esports tournament that is slated to run throughout March and April.

The tournament will be graced by multiple teams hailing from 15 different countries and the game that the tournament will feature is Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. The competition will be fully held online, citing the still-raging COVID-19 pandemic as well as geographical issues.

It is worth noting that not all of the battles will not be live-streamed. They will start streaming the games from the Quarterfinals up until the Grand Finals. As a result, each country will hold its own qualifiers and local finals, with the winning team going on to represent their county to enter into the Asia Pacific Finals.

Malaysia Qualifiers And Finals

The country qualifiers for Malaysia kick off in the first week of April. The national final will be live-streamed on April 4 via the ASUS ROG Malaysia Facebook page and YouTube channel. As far as the prize pool for the country-level is concerned, the champions will be eligible to receive $800, and the runner-up will get $400 along with ROG peripherals.

Prize Pool

The APAC finals will dole out $10,000, $3,500, and $1,500 for the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place. The registration will start on Feb. 8, and you can follow this link to register. It is important to remember that the registration ends on Feb. 28.

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If you think you got what it takes to be the next FPS god, all you need to do is to sign up with your squad and try your hand in a bid to meet the country's, and probably the region's, best at this tournament.

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