INTRO: The smartphone maker company Asus has announced Season 2 of its mobile e-sports tournament, ‘Battle of Gods’. Exclusive to ROG Phone users, the tournament will begin on November 6, with participants going head-to-head during a 5v5 format of Call of Duty Mobile to stake a claim from the last word prize pool of up to Rs. 7,00,000.
Similar to the primary season, Season 2 is predicted to last for 12 weeks, culminating during a winners-only Finale. It will involve the players facing-off in four modes, including Domination, Deathmatch, Search, and Destroy. The weekly finals are going to be live-streamed on Asus India’s YouTube channel. Registrations for the first week of the tournament is currently underway and will close November 4th at 1:00 PM.
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Battle of Gods is a component of Asus India’s efforts to supply exclusive community engagement and social interaction to ROG Phone users while encouraging people to remain home to fight COVID-19. Following the weekly head-to-head match-ups, the top players will qualify for the final match that will be live-streamed online. The winners of the weekly finals will claim their share from the entire prize pool.
While Announcing the all-new season, Dinesh Sharma, the Business Head for Asus India’s Commercial PC and Smartphone group, said: “We are very excited to launch our highly-anticipated community tournament on Call of Duty: Mobile. Smartphone gaming is that the perfect platform to interact , connect, and abide to the social distancing norms. ROG Phone Users Community members get this exclusive benefit to return together to demonstrate their gaming skills, experience competitive e-sports, and win big cash rewards”.