The winner of Phase 2 will advance to Phase 3: Regional Finals which will be a LAN event on a much bigger scale featuring one team each from Taiwan, South Korea, Malaysia, Thailand, Philippines, Indonesia, Vietnam, Japan, Singapore, Australia and New Zealand and South Asia (including India, Bangladesh, and Sri Lanka)
The Brackets of Phase 2
When we asked the Entity Gaming's manager Sid Joshi on why they chose to go through what arguably is the most difficult region of the ROG Masters Open Qualifier, The Philippines. He admirably said
A major reason for the success of the India based team was their new acquisition Danny "Noia" Junget. The ex-Cloud 9/Danish Bears player has chosen to part ways with his brother and teammate Mikki ‘HesteJoe’ Junget to join Entity Gaming and compete in the RoG Masters 2017.
This, of course, means that Entity Gaming’s tryst with Seleri and Playhard is over. However, it also means that Entity Gaming will forfeit all matches in phase 1 of the Master League. But, Entity Gaming has confirmed that they will be playing with their new roster in phase 2 starting off in the Starter League.
Thus Entity Gaming’s new roster will be