ASUS ROG is the Official Motherboard, Graphics Card and Monitor Partner of Manila Masters
ASUS Republic of Gamers (ROG) announced its partnership with the Manila Masters to be the official provider of gaming motherboard, graphics card and monitor for the event.
The top Dota 2 gamers from all over the world will gather to showcase the best of professional esports. Organized by the Mineski-Events Team and supported by ESL, the event will be held in the SM Mall of Asia Arena on May 26-28 2017. In this momentous event, ROG is present to continue its legacy of being the top supporter for landmark gaming events in the country. It will equip its players with the best computers to bring out the best in each professional player. Being the No.1 Gaming Brand Worldwide, ROG is committed to deliver limitless performance to every gamer and enthusiast using only the best components available today.
ASUS gaming motherboards, graphics cards and monitors
ASUS is the world’s No.1 motherboard brand and has held this distinction for over 10 consecutive years. ASUS gaming monitors are at the forefront of gaming technology, with gaming monitors like the ROG Swift PG258Q offering a native refresh rate of up to 240Hz. ASUS gaming monitors garnered a 35% market share in 2016.
Select ASUS motherboards and graphics cards offer ASUS Aura Sync, an exclusive technology that sets a new standard for RGB lighting performance and ease of use. Aura Sync lets users combine and control the LEDs of all Aura-enabled products from a single application to achieve perfectly synchronized system lighting.
Republic of Gamers (ROG) is an ASUS sub-brand dedicated to creating the world’s best gaming hardware and software. ROG gear has been used to set hundreds of overclocking records and it continues to be the preferred choice of gamers and enthusiasts around the world. Learn more about the choice of champions at https://rog.asus.com. Please visit www.asus.com/microsite/AURA/ for more details of ASUS Aura Sync technology and a list of eligible motherboards and graphics cards.