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Asus Launches ROG Virtual Academy Program for Indian Gamers

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Taiwan’s electronics giant ASUS` gaming sub-brand Republic of Gamers (ROG) on Sunday launched a virtual academy program for gamers in India called the Yoga Academy.

Taiwan’s electronics giant ASUS` gaming sub-brand Republic of Gamers (ROG) on Sunday launched a virtual academy program for gamers in India called the Yoga Academy.

As part of this initiative, ASUS ROG will identify PC gamers through a screening process and provide them with a platform to sharpen and hone their skills and give them a chance to compete nationally and globally for e-sport tournaments Will prepare
ASUS ROG will provide gamers with tournament-ready gaming equipment and first-class

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high-quality technology, with professional mentorship through this initiative.

“Due to the epidemic, we are witnessing a sustainable shift in content consumption patterns globally and increasing digital acceleration,” Adonal Su, Business Head, Consumer & Gaming PC, Systems Business Group, ASUS India, said in a statement.

“With the rise in e-sports gamers during the epidemic, ASUS has strengthened its commitment to investing in the future of the gaming industry in India.”

ROG Virtual Academy Program Details

According to a FICCI-EY report on the media and entertainment industry, the number of online gamers in India increased by 31 percent to reach 365 million in 2019 and is expected to reach 440 million by 2022.

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ROG Virtual Academy Program

“We want to encourage more and more gamers, advise them through their journey, and introduce them to future opportunities in this scenario. This initiative helps establish a pool of reliable e-sports players in India. Will provide a huge boost and pave the way for this. With access to the next generation of gamers resources, mentorship and training, “Su said.

The ASUS ROG Academy is a one-year program, divided into four sessions quarterly. The shortlisted teams and players will go through a divided selection process at different stages.

It will form part of a three-month session in the first quarter for six select players.

The company said that ASUS ROG will provide an ex-gratia amount of Rs 1 lakh to the entire team for all the last six players.

Apart from this, the players will also get a stipend of Rs 15,000 on a monthly basis during training as well as monetary compensation in the form of bonus.

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