The new partnership comes on the heels of Entity Gaming’s success during the South Asia qualifiers of the PUBG Mobile Club Open Fall Championship in which the team took first place, as well as the $60,000 prize pool.
Though financial terms of the now sponsorship have not been disclosed, with Entity Gaming performing at the high-level that they have been lately, it’s clear that ASUS ROG has taken note of the fact. Entity Gaming has had a record breaking year in 2019 after winning PMCO 2019’s South Asia regional finals and reserving a spot for the Global Finals taking place in Malaysia with three PUBG Mobile teams playing under the Entity umbrella including Entity Gaming, ETG.Brawlers, and its female division, Entity Athena.
Not only has their gaming community been strong, their team of influencers and content creators continue to deliver high-quality content to the gaming community. ASUS ROG has clearly taken notice of the fact and the new partnership signals just that. ASUS clearly has a vision for their mobile gaming community and is looking to become a platform that sustains some of the best talent in the world, while also continuing to develop new hardware and infrastructure.
ASUS’ Mobile Business Head of India Dinesh Sharma said the partnership will bring “the most powerful gaming smartphone to a top Indian mobile esports team” and the company hopes the partnership with also “creating new Indian esports stars in the process.”
Director of Entity Gaming Varun Bhavnani says the team can’t wait to start working with one of the pioneers in mobile gaming and hopes the new partnership will unlock a horizon of opportunities for esports mobile gaming community.