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Asus ROG begins a virtual incubation program for gamers to prepare them for e-sport tournaments

Asus ROG begins a virtual incubation program for gamers to prepare them for e-sport tournaments

Asus ROG, also known as the Republic of Gamers, a gaming-focused sub-brand of the Taiwanese company is set to launch a virtual incubation program for gamers called ROG Academy. In order to sharpen and enhance the skills of the gamers, Asus ROG will personally identify PC gamers via a screening process, as part of the process. By this, the gamers will be prepared for competitive e-sport tournaments on a national and a global level.

The company went on to say in a statement that this initiative will aid in strengthening the e-sports talent pool in the country.The Academy will be conducting four batches of three-month-long sessions, wherein each batch will have six players that will get professional mentorship, tournament-ready gaming equipment and a monthly stipend of Rs 15,000. Asus ROG will be conducting this initiative with the help of e-sports media and content firm Gaming Company based in Mumbai.

Gamers aged between 16 and 18 will be required to provide a consent letter from their parents to participate in the program and will be able to apply for the program between 1 February and 10 February. This initiative by the company is done to build a strong gaming ecosystem in the country that will empower enthusiast gamers via a number of programs.

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