ASUS ROG Academy has been slowly gaining momentum since its announcement a few days ago, and the program has already received over 2,350 registrations within 10 days of its announcement. After some initial observations, it was decided that the majority of the recordings came from the age group of 16-20 years, and for those unaware, the ASUS ROG Academy is an attempt by the Taiwanese organization to develop and empower gaming fans in India. The initiative will help ASUS ROG to identify talented computer players “through a screening process and provide them with a platform to hone and enhance their skills and prepare them for competitive e-sports courses on a national and global scale.” Speaking of the announcement, Arnold Sue, Head of Business, Consumer Computers & Games, System Business Group, ASUS India said: “The number of online gamers in India grew by 31% in 2019 and reached around 365 million; To 440 million by 2022, according to FICCI- EY’s Media and Entertainment Industry Report. As esports players increase during the pandemic, ASUS has strengthened its commitment to investing in the future of India’s gaming industry. We are pleased to be the # 1 brand in the laptop segment to offer A unique initiative such as ROG Academy, to empower players to conquer the competition and advance the esports industry. “We aim to encourage more and more players, guide them through their journey, and introduce them to future opportunities in this scene. This initiative will provide a major boost in creating a group of sports players. Trusted electronic devices in India and pave the way for the next generation of players with access to resources, mentorship and training. ” Curriculum and Duration ASUS ROG Academy ASUS ROG Academy aims to grow the pool of esports talent in India, conducting performance tests ranging from individual skills training to mentoring and group communication. 6 players will be selected for a 3-month program, which includes specialized training sessions to improve individual performance in addition to To team performance. ASUS ROG Academy Rewards and OutcomeCounter-Strike: Global Offensive will be the only official title in the first installment of the program. The selection process will consist of a panel of representatives from ASUS ROG themselves, partner companies, and notable figures from the CS: GO Indian community as well, moreover, the six participants will be provided in the first quarter with 1,00,000 Indian rupees, when they finish their training, in addition to A monthly stipend of 15,000 INR during the three months of their training, players will also continue to represent ASUS ROG for an additional 3 months while they participate in any competitive tournaments or events. Registration for the first batch of the ASUS ROG Academy Program has been completed, and the organization will announce registrations for the next batch very soon. Posted on February 12, 2021, 23:53 GMT.