After an overwhelming success of the ROG Showdown in 2020, ASUS ROG, today announced the 2nd leg of ROG Face-off – a series of online tournaments organized by ROG which mostly focuses on the video gaming lovers.

ROG Showdown motivates gamers to #StayAtHome through the global pandemic and allows them with opportunities to test their mettle by pitching their skills versus opponents of similar or greater abilities through captivating competitions.

The second edition of ROG Face-off will begin on 29th January 2021. The participants will get an opportunity to choose from a series of tournaments among the most popular video games including Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, PUBG PC, Valorant, League of Legends (LOL), Valorant League. The winning teams will also get an opportunity to win a cash reward of Rs 50,000 in the Valorant League throughout Q1 of 2021.

Arnold Su, Business Head, Customer and Gaming PC, System Organization Group, ASUS India stated “The year 2020 has been remarkable and has actually provided us with unmatched difficulties. While it has actually been a challenging year for everyone, we at Asus India, have actually turned this around as an opportunity for our young video gaming community to have more amazing and meaningful experiences through a series of video gaming competitions throughout the first edition of ROG Face-off. We are grateful for the comprehensive involvement along with overwhelming popularity the project has garnered which led us to bring to you the 2nd edition of the competition, we intend to encourage more and more players to develop their abilities at par with the worldwide video gaming community, improve gaming tactics, discover from fellow gamers and produce a collaborative video gaming environment.”

Expecting a swift rise of the e-Sports industry in India throughout the pandemic, the Republic of Gamers (ROG) organized ROG Showdown in 3 phases, in 2015. The First Edition of the ROG Face-off saw near to 7000 participants participate in the competition. The occasion welcomed multiple professional e-Sports groups from India, Bangladesh, Nepal, and Sri Lanka to take part in a tournament-style competition throughout several games. The very first edition of ROG Face-off concluded in December 2020 with multiple winners in respective tournaments and leagues and won up to Rs 560,000 reward swimming pool.

ROG Showdown has actually gotten global recognition and the tournament has actually gathered roughly 1M audience base digitally.