The competition will consist of games like Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CS: GO), PUBG PC, Valorant, League of Legends (LOL), Valorant League.

Following the success of ROG Showdown in 2020, ASUS has actually announced the second leg of the ROG Showdown. The showdown is a series of online tournaments organised by ROG, focusing primarily on video gaming enthusiasts. The competition encourages gamers to #StayAtHome through the worldwide pandemic and allows them with opportunities to pitch their abilities against challengers of similar or greater skills through fascinating tournaments.

The second edition of ROG Showdown will start on 29 January. Participants will get a chance to pick from a series of competitions amongst the most popular games consisting of Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CS: GO), PUBG PC, Valorant, League of Legends (LOL), Valorant League. The winning groups will also get a possibility to win a cash prize of Rs 50,000/ in the Valorant League during Q1 of 2021.

Speaking about the announcement, Arnold Su, Organization Head, Consumer and Gaming PC, System Company Group, ASUS India, said that while 2020 has been a difficult year, ASUS, India, has actually turned it around as an opportunity for the young gaming neighborhood to have more amazing and significant experiences through a series of video gaming tournaments throughout the very first edition of ROG Showdown.

He went on to include, “We are grateful for the comprehensive involvement along with frustrating popularity the campaign has amassed which led us to bring to you the second edition of the competition.”

He even more mentioned that they are devoted to innovating and producing brand-new chances for the larger video gaming community in India. According to him, the success of the first edition of ROG Showdown has motivated ASUS to start a tournament in APAC which is yet to be launched but will offer Indian groups with a platform to get involved with other international teams.

The First Edition of the ROG Face-off saw near to 7,000 individuals take part in the tournament. The event welcomed numerous professional e-Sports teams from India, Bangladesh, Nepal, and Sri Lanka to take part in a tournament-style competitors throughout several games. The first ended in December 2020 with numerous winners in particular tournaments and leagues and won as much as Rs 5,60,000 reward swimming pool.

The registration for ROG Face-off Series 2021 will begin on 23 January. Interested participants and groups can sign up themself from the ROG Showdown website.

All tournaments will be live stream on the ROG India Facebook page on particular tournaments’ dates.