It’s been six months since Season 1 Finals of the Esports Championship Series… and now, Season 2 Finals of ECS will be happening this week, starting from December 9th through the 11th! It will be hosted at the Anaheim Convention Center in California, and tickets are still available for the event if you’re thinking about making a last minute trip.


What’s Going On?
If you haven’t been keeping up with the events of ECS Season 2 so far, the final 8 teams competing in CS:GO during the finals are as follows:

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From Left to Right: Cloud9, Immortals, OpTic Gaming, and SK Gaming

From Left to Right: Astralis, Team EnVyUs, FaZeClan, Team Dignitas

December 9th is when the first round of finals will start, and then on December 10th and 11th, each team will go head to head to compete for a prize pool of $750,000, one of the largest prize pools in CS:GO history. You can catch all of this on FACEIT’s official Twitch channel, located here if you’re unable to make it to the event. And once again, similarly to last ECS, if you want to catch up on highlights, reviews, and the latest news, you can check out their website.

What Are We Doing Here?
We’re pretty ecstatic to be sponsors of ECS Season 2! Onstage during the event, each player will be utilizing our ASUS G11 gaming desktop and our VG248QE monitors for their matches. However, that won’t be the only thing we’ll be doing there! We will also have a booth at our event, featuring a lot of our products such as the newly released G701, our beastly GT51 gaming desktop, our PG279Q, which features an IPS panel with fast refresh rates in one glorious monitor, and our highly anticipated ROG Claymore Core Keyboard, set to release this month!

If you want the opportunity to pick up some cool swag from us, you gotta show us your skills first! Gamers who visit our booth will be able to compete against each other in CS:GO in a time-attack match to see who can clear all the bots first before their opponent. So come by, chill with us, and play a couple of games of CS:GO before the Finals matches begin.