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Where Dota 2 and Counter-Strike: Global Offensive fans across Australia and New Zealand can qualify for the global esports tournament brought to you by ASUS. Which, has a prize pool of $500,000 USD. Not too shabby. The ASUS Republic of Gamers ROG Masters Qualifiers will pave the way for one team each in CS:GO and Dota 2 to represent ANZ at the Grand Finals in November.

And yeah, this is open up to everyone.

Commencing on August 26th, ANZ CS:GO teams will play in a 3 week double elimination tournament, providing an opportunity to find the very best team to represent the region.  The tournament will run through Saturday 2nd September, then Semi Finals and Grand Finals will be on September 9th.

Dota 2 teams will play in a one day tournament on September 16th.  The winners of these open qualifiers will then take on the might of invited professional teams from each of the four regions, fighting for a place in the Grand Finals in November, 2017.


To sign-up and get more info on the ASUS ROG Masters 2017, head here.



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