Gfinity, a world-leading esports solutions provider, announced that top Spanish esports team, ASUS ROG Army, is joining the ‘Gfinity Elite Series Delivered by Domino’s’ for Season 4, which starts in October. Formed in 2016, ASUS ROG Army has established itself in a short space of time and will bring its unique southern European flair and passion with a team comprising of leading pro gamers and newcomers from the Elite Draft. They will battle it out against nine world class teams across the season including last season’s winners FNATIC (FIFA 18), Renault Vitality (Rocket League) and Nordavind (Street Fighter 5).
With a newly created FIFA team that includes veteran Fernando ‘Ferperry’ Martínez who qualified for the eWorld Cup play-offs, the newcomers are sure to be a strong competitor in the tournament. While the team may be young it has already established itself as a dominant force achieving first place in both the Moche XL Esports Lisboa PS4 tournament and LVP Division De Honor Season 11.
ASUS ROG has a huge presence within the global gaming scene, with a combined social following exceeding 5.5 million. With a strong reputation and loyal fanbase in the PC hardware sector, their esports team is well supported with fans in every territory around the world.
Ruben Ripoll, esports Director, ASUS ROG said “We are extremely excited to join the Gfinity Elite Series. The tournament has already proved itself to be one of the best in the world and we look forward to taking part and ultimately coming out on top. Our fanbase is growing massively so we thought it was about time we showcased our unique style on the global stage.”
Commenting on the latest addition to the Elite Series roster, Bryan Healy, Chief Strategy Officer, Gfinity added “Esports is growing massively in Spain and Spanish speaking countries so we are excited that ASUS ROG is joining our ranks. The team has signed some top players and they will be a force to be reckoned with from week one.”