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- Entity Gaming has signed a sponsorship deal with ASUS ROG.
- The deal covers Entity’s mobile gaming division.
- The Indian esports organization has three PUBG Mobile teams playing under its banner.
Indian esports organization Entity Gaming has announced that ASUS Republic Of Gamers (ROG) will be sponsoring its mobile gaming division. The move comes after Entity Gaming’s success in the South Asia qualifiers of the PUBG Mobile Club Open Fall Championship that saw the team take first place and win $60K USD.
According to the release, ASUS ROG will be the title sponsor for the entire mobile gaming division. Entity Gaming had three PUBG Mobile teams playing under its banner up until recently – Entity Gaming, ETG.Brawlers, and a female division called Entity Athena. The main Entity Gaming squad will be representing the South Asia region at the upcoming PMCO Fall Championship 2019.
Clash Royale player Jin Kazama and PUBG Mobile caster and influencer Ketan ‘K18’ Patel are also a part of the organization.
Financial terms of the sponsorship deal were not disclosed at the time of writing.
“Partnering with Entity Gaming, we bring the most powerful gaming smartphone to a top Indian mobile esports team to compete more effectively and win at the national and international level,” said Dinesh Sharma, head of mobile business at ASUS India. “We want to leverage this partnership to identify and support budding esports talent in India with best in class smartphone gaming technology and training, creating new Indian esports stars in the process. Working with Entity, we aim to get direct feedback from the leading mobile esports players for future Asus ROG Phones design and development and add more made for India aspects to future Asus ROG Phones.”
Shounak Sengupta is a staff writer for AFK Gaming, where this article first appeared.