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For the second consecutive year, Gamer.LK, the country’s multi-genre video gaming community powered by digital entertainment enthusiasts, brought the thrill and excitement of eSports to Schools all across the country, with the Inter-School eSports Championship 2017 – Powered by Dialog Gaming. Gateway College defended the Championship title for the second consecutive year, battling it out with over 75 schools that took part in the championship which was held on the 30th of September and 01st of October 2017 at Trace-Expert City.

Giving students a chance to represent their School in eSports, registrations drew record numbers with students from national schools such as Royal College, D. S. Senanayake, Nalanda College, Isipatana College, Ananda College, Zahira College amongst them as well as participation from International Schools such as Gateway College, Lyceum International School, Colombo South International and many more that participated and were well-prepared to bring pride to their School in the field of eSports.         

The Championship kicked off with matches being displayed on a giant screen at the venue as well as being live streamed by ThePapare.com for viewers at home. The action and thrill of the matches across 8 competitive titles were brought to life with live commentary by professional eSports commentators in the country.

After two days of intense, nail-biting, closely fought competition, Gateway College Colombo came out on top as Champions claiming the Championship with Royal College as Runners-up while Nalanda College & Zahira College came in at third place.

Over 75 schools took part at the Inter-School eSports Championship 2017.

In addition to the main competitive titles, Dialog Gaming featured ‘Special Force 2’, a new gaming title with a free-for-all contest open to all participants and visitors. The winning team walked away with 500 GB of data and 5 Dialog 4G routers.

A game development and design workshop was also held at the event in partnership with Unity Sri Lanka where Chathu Vishwajith (Organizer of Sri Lanka Unity Developers) and Subhashi Palika (Co-Organizer Sri Lanka Unity Developers and Game Developer at Motion Miracles) spoke of designing and developing games on Unity.

Play.lk – Sri Lanka’s first online store dedicated for gaming and geek products – from PC components, laptops, gaming gear, consoles, gadgets, pop culture toys and collectibles to a lot more, saw its launch at the event. Play.lk aims to serve and empower the gaming and geek communities in Sri Lanka.

The Inter-School eSports Championship 2017 was powered by Dialog Gaming and was supported by the Official Radio Partner Kiss FM, Travel Partner PickMe, Digital Media Partner ReadMe, Videography Partner Visaru and the Audio-Visual & Lighting Partner Elektro Revo.

For more information on the event please visit http://school.gamer.lk and follow Gamer.LK on Facebook at http://facebook.com/gamerlk for updates.

The successful completion of the Inter-School eSports Championship marked the final of the three major competitions held annually by Gamer.LK for universities, schools and companies. Up next in the calendar is Sri Lanka Cyber Games and Colombo Comic Expo which will be held within Play Expo – Sri Lanka’s first ever Digital Entertainment and IT exhibition, happening on the 8th, 9th and 10th of December 2017 at the Sri Lanka Exhibition and Convention Center (SLECC).

Gateway College Colombo became the Champions of the Inter-School eSports Championship 2017 for the second consecutive year.

The full winners list are as follows:

Call of Duty 4
Winner – Zahira College
Second Place – Hindu College
Third Place – Mahanama College

Counter Strike: Global Offensive
Winner – Gateway College Colombo
Second Place – Royal Institute
Third Place – Gateway College Colombo

Winner – Nalanda College
Second Place – Piliyandala Central College
Third Place – Colombo South International

League of Legends
Winner – Royal College Colombo
Second Place – Gateway College Colombo
Third Place – Nalanda College

Winner – Royal College Colombo
Second Place – Gateway College Colombo
Third Place – Royal College Colombo

Winner – Herschelle De Mel (Gateway College Colombo)
Second Place – Ahamed Marshad (Asoka Vidyalaya)
Third Place – Areeb Niyas (Gateway College Colombo)

Project Cars
Winner – Sachethana Liyanage (S.Thomas’ College – Mount Lavinia)
Second Place – Tharindu D. Rajapakshe (Nugawela Central College)
Third Place – Arkam Iqbal (Zahira College)

Clash Royale
Winner – Joel Joung (Colombo International School)
Second Place – Shashi Srinath (D.S. Senanayake College)
Third Place – Imantha Thakshar (Carey College)
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