ASUS ROG Winter viewer's guide
On Friday, January 30th ASUS ROG Winter kicks off with eight teams battling for a share of $25,000, you'll find everything you need to know about the event right here in the viewer's guide.
Eight teams, including the likes of NiP, Virtus.pro, Titan and HellRaisers, were drawn into two groups of four, which will be played in a GSL format on the first day of ASUS ROG Winter 2015.
|Group A||Group B|
Top two teams from each group will then battle it out on the second day of the competition in a single elimination best-of-three bracket. You can see the full schedule of the event below:
|Friday, January 30|
|17:00||Winner of A1||vs. Winner of A2||BO1||A3|
|17:00||Loser of A1||vs. Loser of A2||BO1||A4|
|18:00||Loser of A3||vs. Winner of A4||BO1||A5|
|21:00||Winner of B1||vs. Winner of B2||BO1||B3|
|21:00||Loser of B1||vs. Loser of B2||BO1||B4|
|22:00||Loser of B3||vs. Winner of B4||BO1||B5|
|Saturday, January 31|
|18:00||Third place decider||BO3|
The RoomOnFire Twitch channel will be present on site to provide viewers with streamed matches, with the following five-man crew of two casters, two analysts and a host:
Anders "Anders" Blume - Caster
Auguste "Semmler" Massonnat - Caster
Robin "Fifflaren" Johansson - Analyst
Marcus "zet" Sundström - Analyst
Richard "Gonzo" Lewis - Host
National Finnish TV channel YLE will also be broadcasting the grand final of the tournament live, as well as streaming it on the website of YLE Areena.
The teams will battle for a total of $25,000, which will be split between the top four accordingly:
HLTV.org will be travelling on-site to Finland, Helsinki, to provide you with full coverage of the event taking place from January 30-31, including hot matches, galleries, stats, interviews and more.