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DOTA 2 fan in the UK? It’s the year of ASUS ROG at Insomnia, and in keeping with that we’re hosting a £6,500 prize tournament at Insomnia 52. 64 teams will have the chance to gain free entry to the ASUS ROG Dota 2 Cup, by battling their way through a single elimination bracket containing the best that Europe has to offer.
The ROG DreamLeague DOTA2 final at Dreamhack takes place today! Watch the English stream right on the ROG front page or for more info and fantastic official photography, like the one above by Rikard Söderberg, see the links inside!
ROG has just announced a high-profile sponsorship agreement with tier-1 LoL teams in Taiwan: Taipei Assassins (TPA) and Taipei Snipers (TPS). TPA came in first in LoL’s Season Two World Championship, held in Los Angeles, USA, in October 2012. In May 2014, the team represented South East Asia, Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macau in the LoL All-Star Challenge held in Paris, France. TPS, the sister team of TPA, came in second in the Garena Premier League (GPL) 2013 Winter Season, and third in 2013 Asian Indoor-Martial Arts Games.
See the press release inside for full details.
Star Ladder season 9 has finished as the biggest ever season. With eight of the best global teams taking part across multiple eSports disciplines, season 9 brought us three different offline finals in two countries.
If you’re buying a new ASUS GeForce GTX 660, 660 Ti, 760, 770, 780, 780 Ti, or Titan graphics card from today, you’ll get Watch Dogs on PC for free, ready for its release in late May! For APAC buyers look for the Watch Dogs sticker on the box, while EU and North American buyers should ask their retailer for the game code.
A four-man panel of industry experts sat down to a crowded room at PAX East last weekend to discuss PC gaming. The conclusion: it’s doing better than ever! Topics touched upon include DirectX 12, PC Gamings $24 billion market and piracy, 4K gaming and VR
Source: Ars Technica