ASUS ROG Celebrates First Anniversary of eSports Team RW

ROG’s annual celebration event “ROG Day” kicked off on Dec. 15 in Shanghai, bringing fans, professional gamers, and famous esports anchors from across the world, and the brand’s own esports team — Rogue Warriors (RW) together.

This year, ROG also celebrated the birth of its esports team RW, which was established on the same day last year. The young esports team showed up in full attendance with members from its various divisions of League of Legends, King of Glory, Arena of Valor, PUBG, and Warcraft.

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ROG’s RW Team celebrating first birthday (photo source: ASUS)

As a relatively new esports team in the industry, RW doesn’t really have much to showcase from its portfolio yet. Its best achievements include emerging first during the West Region of the LPL 2018 Summer Tournament and Rift Rivals 2018 Tournament.

ROG Aston Martin Creative Lab computer tower (photo source: ASUS)

This year marks the fourth running year for the multinational computer company’s “ROG Day” event. The event is a large fan convention for esports enthusiasts to get in close contact with professional gamers and teams.

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ROG Gaming Phone (photo source: ASUS)

Founded in 2006, ROG has been manufacturing gaming-related hardware for gamers from all over the world. The brand makes a variety of computer peripherals and accessories including motherboards, graphics cards, notebooks, desktops, gaming smartphones, monitors and much more.

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ROG Gaming Phone accessories (photo source: ASUS)

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ROG showcased a myriad of its latest gaming products and devices at the event, including its Zephyrus and SCAR series gaming laptops, the MOBA 2.144Hz gaming monitor, the Gladius II mouse and the RTX20 series graphics cards.

Featured photo credit to ASUS