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ASUS Republic of Gamers once again proved its reign as the number 1 gaming brand by gathering some of the finest E-Sports players in the country for both CS:GO and DOTA 2. The ROG Masters 2017 Philippine Qualifiers started last June, and has recently concluded with intense battles held last August 19 and 20 at Cyberzone in SM North EDSA.

The ROG Masters 2017 Asia Pacific Regional Finals is Coming to Manila on October 2017!
Mineski CS:GO slaying the ROG Masters 2017 Philippine Finals with a back-to-back win and securing their second title, proving they are still the number one CS:GO professional team in the country

The Mineski CS:GO team finished this year’s finals with a back to back win from last year. Being the crowd favorite, the team took the first game against Rekt E-sports with a score of 16-6, swiftly bagging the PhP75,000 cash prize at the end of the second game and at the same time, securing a spot in the ROG Masters 2017 regional finals where they will battle some of the best CS:GO players in Asia.

The ROG Masters 2017 Asia Pacific Regional Finals is Coming to Manila on October 2017!

In the MOBA scene, the DOTA 2 tournament quickly passed with a 2-0 score turn out for each game. Fresh from their stint at The International 2017, Execration showed that they’re ready to fight back, winning 2-0 against Imperium to bag the crown as the ROG Masters DOTA 2 grand champions.

The ROG Masters 2017 Asia Pacific Regional Finals is Coming to Manila on October 2017!
Execration Team Captain Kimuel “Kim0” Rodis explaining their game strategy and finding the perfect balance of hero against Entity Gaming

On another note, the uprising Entity Gaming, composed of Filipino and Indian players showed their presence by dominating the first half of the do or die round. In the end though, Execration showcased dynamic team strategy and experience which led to a comeback and ultimately the win. The champions brought home a whopping PhP125,000 and a chance to win PhP25,000,000 (USD 500,000) in the ROG Masters 2017 World Finals.

It was a fun-packed 2-day event filled with exciting activities for all citizens of the republic. Gamers and enthusiasts not only witnessed a battle of the best, but were also able to experience the latest ROG products in the experiential area.

Lots of activities and giveaways were prepared for end users, such as ROG’s eleven godlike items which included gaming monitors, mice, keyboards, DOTA 2 arcana, motherboards, GPUs, and the much-awaited ROG Gaming Laptop as the grand prize!.

The ROG Masters 2017 Asia Pacific Regional Finals is Coming to Manila on October 2017!

Gaming personalities such as ASUS ROG Brand Ambassador Ann B. Mateo were present during the event and even participated in some of the activities.

The ROG Masters 2017 Asia Pacific Regional Finals is Coming to Manila on October 2017!

One of the country’s most successful bands, Rivermaya also rocked the stage with their signature songs like Elesi, Awit ng Kabataan, and Olats.

The ROG Masters 2017 Asia Pacific Regional Finals is Coming to Manila on October 2017!

“The Philippine eSports scene is starting to get really exciting day-by-day. Last year, we partnered with the Professional Gamers’ League (PGL) in mounting the world’s biggest DOTA 2 tournament series in country which is the Manila Major. Last June we also took part in the grandest eSports event this year in the country which is the Manila Masters and we will not stop here.” 

“Staying true to our commitment to support the local eSports scene, ASUS Republic Of Gamers (ROG) is proud to host the ROG Masters 2017 Asia Pacific finals in the country bringing together more than twenty professional teams all over Asia. The Republic greatly believes that the Philippines can be considered as the eSports capital of Asia and Filipino pro gamers and up and coming talents has highest potential to become the next global eSports superstars and ROG Masters 2017 can be their stepping stone to reach this dream.” – George Su, Country Manager of ASUS Philippines System Business Group. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Emman has been writing technical and feature articles since 2010. Prior to this, he became one of the instructors at Asia Pacific College in 2008, and eventually landed a job as Business Analyst and Technical Writer at Integrated Open Source Solutions for almost 3 years.

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