Attention gamers! ASUS Republic of Gamers (ROG) will open its first concept store in the Philippines tomorrow, July 16, 2016, on the fourth floor, SM Cyberzone, Building B of the SM Megamall in Mandaluyong.

ROG Concept Store

If you’re holding off on buying an ROG gaming rig, then I suggest you go to SM Megamall tomorrow. Why? Because ASUS will open the doors to their first ROG concept store at the Cyberzone. This will give you, gamers and fans a chance to see, touch and play with their products, and hopefully help you make a purchase decision.

“ROG is driven by the vision to create premium and reliable gaming machines and new product innovations in the Philippines. The flagship concept store is the first, and Filipinos can expect that ROG will spearhead more exciting gaming activities in the country in the near future,” shares Anvey Factora, ASUS Philippines PR Head.

ROG In-Store Freebies

As an added bonus, the first five customers to buy an ROG laptop or desktop from July 15 to 30 will get a free 10th year anniversary limited edition ROG jacket. Furthermore, the first five customers to purchase an ROG monitor will get an ROG Hoodie while the first ten customers to purchase any ROG motherboard / graphics card or ROG STRIX graphics card will get an ROG exclusive designed shirt. And lastly, the first twenty customers to purchase any ROG mouse or STRIX peripherals will get a limited edition ROG lanyard.


The ROG Flagship Concept Store is another milestone in the brand’s 1oth anniversary, after its awesome run as the proud gaming laptop and monitor provider of the Professional Gamer’s League (PGL) at the Manila Major.

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Bryan is a tech enthusiast and self-admitted geek who enjoys blogging and watching NBA clips on YouTube. He has over 20 years of experience in corporate communications, marketing services, and customer relations from different industries such as telecommunications and banking.

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