Asus to host Call of Duty: Mobile esports tournament for ROG Phone users
The Battle of Gods 2.0 esports tournament will start on November 6 with a prize pool of ₹7,00,000 up for grabs.
Asus has announced it will host season 2 of its esports tournament ‘Battle of Gods' that's exclusive to ROG Phone users. The Call of Duty: Mobile esports tournament is scheduled to start on November 6 with the registration currently underway.
The Call of Duty: Mobile esports tournament will take place online weekly. It will be a 5v5 format including in four modes including Domination, DeathMatch, Search and Destroy. The weekly finals will be live streamed on Asus India's YouTube channel.
“The response from the ROG Phone community to the ‘Battle of Gods' season 1 was tremendous. We are very excited to launch our highly-anticipated community tournament on Call of Duty: Mobile. Smartphone gaming is the perfect platform to engage, connect and abide to the social distancing norms. ROG Phone Users Community members get this exclusive benefit to come together to demonstrate their gaming skills, experience competitive e-sports and win big cash rewards,” said Dinesh Sharma, Business Head, Commercial PC and Smartphone, System Business Group, at ASUS India.
The registration for the first week of the tournament will close on November 4 at 1:00 pm. The Battle of Gods is expected to go on for 12 weeks followed by a winners only finale. Asus is offering a prize pool of ₹7,00,000 for its esports tournament. The prizes will be distributed weekly with the winners getting ₹25,000, and runner-up getting ₹15,000. There will also be prizes of ₹5,000 for the third and fourth ranked players.