Asus ROG has actually revealed its very first ROG Masters Asia Pacific eSports competition, which will start in March and go on up until April. The whole competition will occur online due to pandemic-related travel restrictions.

The ROG Masters tournament features Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. The tournament will have numerous teams from 15 countries in the Asia Pacific region consisting of India, Australia, Bangladesh, Thailand, Vietnam, Singapore, and more. The tournament consists of three stages – country qualifiers, country finals, and Asia Pacific finals.

Country qualifiers for India will begin on April 8, 2021 and the finals will happen on April 10. The leading 3 groups from India finals will progress to Asia Pacific finals. Professional CS: GO esports groups will be automatically put in the country finals to guarantee that more recent Indian groups have a much better possibility to make it through the qualifiers. Fans can see the livestream of India finals on Asus ROG India Facebook page and Asus ROG India YouTube channel.

The leading three Indian teams will win $800 for top place, $400 for 2nd place, and $200 for third place. The winning team at Asia Pacific finals will win $10,000 and the group at second and 3rd place will win $3,500 and $1,500, respectively.

Gamers can register for ROG Masters Asia Pacific competition from today through the competition’s official website. Registration closes on February 28.