ASUS ROG Announces Genshin Impact Tournament, Powered by the ROG Phone 7

ROG Phone 7 x Genshin Impact (1)

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ASUS Republic of Gamers has announced the ROG Phone 7 Philippine Championship 2023 – a tournament that aims to bring next gen experience to the Filipino gaming community, foster connections, and create a space for students to develop their future professions in esports, entertainment, and technology industries with Genshin Impact, the most well-known RPG in the Philippines.

ROG Phone 7 Philippine Championship 2023 Grand Finals will be held at SMX Aura on September 9 2023, with a prize pool of PHP 180,000, and open to all Filipino gamers and cosplayers.

It’s divided into two categories – team and individual competitions. For the former, travelers team up in a group of four to conquer giant monsters within 10 minutes in the world of Tevyat. For the latter, players would utilize their selected lineup to defeat the boss Azhdaha.


  • Qualifiers Day 1: September 1, 2023 Friday at the Dark League Studios
  • Qualifiers Day 2: September 2, 2023 Saturday at the Dark League Studios
  • Qualifiers Day 3: September 3, 2023 Sunday at the Dark League Studios
  • Grand Finals: September 9, 2023 Saturday at the SMX CC Aura BGC Taguig

Qualifiers will be livestreamed online through the ASUS Republic of Gamers PH Facebook Page. Top three teams will proceed to the Grand Finals. There will also be a cosplay contest open to all fans of the game.

Experience Breathtaking Visuals, Powered by the ROG Phone 7

ROG Phone 7 x Genshin Impact (2)

ROG Phone 7, dubbed as the King of Gaming Smartphones, harnesses the power of the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 and its newest Ray-tracing hardware acceleration into an all-new futuristic two-tone design—Powering Genshin Impact for the ultimate gaming experience. Complimented by a 165Hz AMOLED display and 720 Hz touch-sampling rate, the superb visuals will give justice to the impressive visuals of Teyvat.

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Emman has been writing technical and feature articles since 2010. Prior to this, he became one of the instructors at Asia Pacific College in 2008, and eventually landed a job as Business Analyst and Technical Writer at Integrated Open Source Solutions for almost 3 years.

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