Promising to bring “all the best new ROG products and a whole lot more”, the ROG Bus is also returning to let gamers play a round of the latest multiplayer games with its 12 system LAN setup. ASUS will also have some new PCs on display downstairs as well so there’s something new if you’ve never been on the bus before.
The 1V1 Streamer stage also returns, with Twitch streamers including Sacriel and esports stars such as MnM Gaming available to be challenged at their games of choice. What’s more, everyone can get involved and watch the action and cheer on their friends.
If you can’t wait or need to practice some gaming, ASUS will have a laptop zone loaded with the latest ROG products, including the ROG Zephyrus S and the ROG Strix Scar III as well as an array of ROG peripherals.
If peripherals are your thing, the newly updated peripheral wall will be showing the best new products including the ROG Strix Scope and the ROG PNK LTD Range. ASUS’s motherboard wall has also grown to show off everything possible in the ROG ecosystem, including graphics cards and power supplies.
ROG has also invited four of the UK’s brightest and best modders to create a PC exclusively for EGX 2019. All of the PCs made, including one that is entirely themed like a Ghostbusters proton pack, with parts created directly from the prop moulds from the movies, will be available to see at the show.
EGX 2019 takes place at ExCeL London on 17th-20th October.
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