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Bangladeshi & Indian players team up to qualify for ROG Master APAC 2022

ROG Masters Asia-Pacific 2022 is an offline Thai tournament organized by ESL – Electronic Sports League, the world’s largest esports organization and ASUS. Indian players along with Bangladeshi player going to Thailand for ROG Masters APAC 2022 Rainbow Six Siege to fight against top Asia Pacific teams.

Announced a few months ago, ROG Masters APAC 2022 pitted the best Rainbow Six Siege teams across the four different Asian regions to earn a spot in the Grand Finals. The tournament commenced on August 15th and consisted of a whopping 40,000 USD total prize pool.
ROG Masters APAC 2022 Final is just around the corner, and the four Asian teams will fight off for the trophy and 18,000 USD in Bangkok, Thailand.
ROG Masters APAC 2022 Grand Final” Started on 21st October.
“ROG Masters APAC 2022” is an international tournament of “Rainbow Six Siege” hosted by ASUS gaming brand Republic of Gamers (ROG).
From October 21st, four teams representing Asia will gather at the “Queen Sirikit National Convention Center” in Bangkok, Thailand, and clash for the title of Asian Champion.

SCARZ (Japan)
Gaimin Gladiators (Indonesia)
Monkey Hunters (India)

Monkey Hunters Player Roster
Sparko – Tasabbir Hashem (BD)
Beat – Naveen Krishan (IND)
Jittery – Arvinth Narayan (IND)
Sandy – Sandhip Sridhar (IND)
Rattler – Sai Danush (IND)
Leoxard – Leonard Pais (IND) : Coach & Analyst
Hulky – Uddhav Shishodia (IND) : Manager

Monkey Hunters Roster

Sparko is representing Bangladesh in International Platform and said to us on his journey, “We , Monkey Hunters LFO ( WE ) Qualified from South Asia , & our team consist of both Bangladeshi & Indian team mates, though currently i m the only Bangladeshi player in the team & we will be facing South Korea, Team Panthera on 21st Octorber in Thailand
to qualify we had to beat Never Diamonds & Lastly in the Final MercenarieZ ( MrcZ ) 2-0 and then we made it to APAC Final Lan.”
He also said, “I have played with many South Asian teams before. I have participated in LAN tournaments with different teams in many places including Goa, Ahmedabad, Hyderabad in India. However, at the international level, this is the first time I got the opportunity to present ourselves on a big stage.”


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