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ASUS becomes H1Z1 Pro League official hardware partner

With the H1Z1 Pro League now in competitive gear, it is understandable that partnerships will follow. ASUS Republic of Gamers has recently signed as the H1Z1 Pro League official hardware sponsor.

ASUS will be responsible for the hardware that competitors will need to participate in the high-paced and action-intense H1Z1 challenge. The manufacturer will provide ROG Strix GL 12 Gaming Desktop, ROG Swift PG248Q Gaming Monitors, along with ROG Strix Flare Keyboards.

The company has a personal stake in the event with the Echo Fox powerhouse competing under as an officially sponsored team. Overall, fifteen teams have been signed up for the world’s first battle royale game professional league.

Vision Venture Partners Chief Business Officer Mike Mossholder had this to say about Asus’s endorsement of the event:

‘Best-in-class equipment, gear, and hardware are crucial when hosting 75 skilled players, competing in resource-intensive games. ASUS and their cutting-edge technology deliver the processing power and precision needed to solidify the H1Z1 Pro League as the world’s premier battle royale esports league ahead of the inaugural season.’

Asus CMO North America Vivian Lien noted the hardware maker’s continuous support for professional video gaming:

‘ASUS ROG has been at the forefront of the esports and professional esports movement since the beginning, having sponsored many esports teams including, Echo Fox, Ninjas in Pyjamas, and SKT T1, among others. We design our gaming devices based on player’s needs and try to anticipate and support the biggest initiatives in the esports industry. We’re happy to be a part of what is, undoubtedly to be the first of many professional league tournaments, and to provide our support.’