ASUS organises Battle of Gods for ROG Phone users

Battle of Gods

Asus has announced the Battle of Gods gaming tournament exclusively for ROG Phone users to enable users to spend free time productively. The Battle of Gods is planned as an online Weekly Gaming Tournament series for ROG Phone users starting April 24, 2020. The first season of the Battle of Gods is expected to last for 12 weeks.

The participants will go head-to-head in PUBG Mobile to grab the ultimate prize and the total prize money amounts to Rs 660,000. You should note that Battle of Gods is also part of ASUS ROG India’s efforts to encourage people to stay home. Moreover, you will be able to interact socially via Gaming.

Commenting on the development, Dinesh Sharma, Business Head, Smartphone Division, System Business Group, ASUS India disclosed that they have designed this initiative to continue engagement with our ROG Phone community by following the lockdown rules.

The Battle of Gods tournament enables ROG Phone users to interact with each other via e-sports within the safety of their homes. Moreover, the tournament provides ROG users with a perfect opportunity to demonstrate their gaming skills and win big cash rewards. The company thanks Tencent India for its support since games are the perfect platform to engage and connect.

Battle of Gods, is the first-ever smartphone eSport tournament by the ROG India. It sets a stage for passionate gamers to indulge in some high-octane gaming and win big. The ROG phone users will go head-to-head in multiple Battle Royale rooms with the quest to rise to the top every Friday.

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The top players will qualify for the final match that will be live casted and shout casted by the famed eSports casters in India. The winners of the final clash will be announced every week who will then claim their share of the total prize pool of Rs. 660,000. IF you are currently working with Asus ROG Phone, you should register by navigating to the official website.

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