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Phoenix GaminG celebrates 12 years of Esports in Sri Lanka

Phoenix GaminG celebrates 12 years of Esports in Sri Lanka

One of the oldest competitive clans in the country, Phoenix GaminG celebrated their 12 year of competition this month. This is what they had to say:

Since the inception in 2008 Phoenix GaminG (PnX) has come a long way to become one of the giants in the Sri Lankan eSports scene. Phoenix Gaming has contributed so much to the Sri Lankan eSports scene from national team players to world renowned coaches. But none of this would have been possible without the support of our ever-growing player base and fan base, and not forgetting our Sponsors within our years of success we’d like to take this moment to thank them.

Due to the prevailing situation in the country we are unable to celebrate our 12th Anniversary with grandeur and a give-away to reward our loyal fan-base is happening as well. A get-together will be organized once the pandemic situation blows over. Till then Stay Safe and Game on. This Phoenix Gaming after all “We are the Game”.

Wolfgang E-Sports concludes COD Mobile Pro-League. Announces Survival of the fittest event for PC & Mobile players.

Wolfgang E-Sports concludes COD Mobile Pro-League. Announces Survival of the fittest event for PC & Mobile players.

Sri Lankan clan Wolfgang E-Sports had this to say about their events:

Wolfgang E-Sports being a unique opportunity for the gamers of all ages world-wide to experience a pro-level gaming environment, was able to create one of the largest gaming tournaments in Sri Lanka. The “Caballeros”, a group of members of the Wolfgang E-Sports’ Call of Duty Mobile Wing hosted one of Sri Lanka’s biggest tournaments, “WolfGang Pro League 2020” which was a great success with more that 55 Teams and over 300 athletes registering for the tournament. The tournament streaming partner, “Hawa Gaming” conducted live projections and shout castings of the matches which attracted a massive audience. The Grand Finale of the WolfGang Pro League was a most awaited match by the audience as two professional teams; WG|Wrecking Wolves and nA|THExMØB battled it out to become the champions of the Pro League. The audiences grew to watch the wrecking wolves recover from the losing rounds and push through to become champions of the Pro League 2020. Having successfully completed the Pro League, “Caballeros” is now initiating the Online Battle Royale COD Mobile Championship; “Survival of the Fittest” which is the first platform in Sri Lanka allowing both PC and Mobile players to participate along with a grand cash prize for the winners.

Women’s Mobile Legends goes to TM.FireFlies, with nA.Lost Girls and nA.The Tempest taking 2nd and 3rd place

Women’s Mobile Legends goes to TM.FireFlies, with nA.Lost Girls and nA.The Tempest taking 2nd and 3rd place

The Women’s Cyber Games Mobile Legends team event finals took place on the 2nd of June between TM.FireFlies and nA.Lost Girls. TM.FireFlies convincingly beat nA.Lost Girls with a score of 2 matches to 0.

nA.Lost Girls made their way to the finals from the loser bracket, beating M.ES Chinapatas and AEC.Demon Queens. TM.FireFlies stomped their way through the upper bracket, not losing a single match the entire tournament.

1st place: TM.FireFlies

  • Dileesha ‘Hyoli” Ruwanthi
  • Shanaz ‘Midnight’ Dilum
  • Sevwandi ‘Alana9’ Pramodya
  • Ruvini ‘RuuMaa’ Nisansala
  • Prabhani ‘Prabzi’ Nanayakkara

2nd place: nA.Lost Girls

  • Kleopatra ‘KLEOPXTRX’ LePorcher
  • Rashmi ‘noory’ Alwis
  • Yasara ‘YASARA’ Samarathunga
  • Methmie ‘Fawkes’ Jayasuriya
  • Hettiarachchige ‘duckling’ Nipunika

3rd place: nA.The Tempest

  • Gimhani ‘TIANA’ Fernando
  • Chamoda ‘Angle’ de Silva
  • Gayathri ‘Yuki’ Koshila
  • Shashi ‘Rashneas’ Amanda
  • Sapna ‘Rougueone’ Pinnapola
  • Shamen ‘Satanic’ Edward

The Women’s Cyber Games Championship ’20: Online is sponsored by Red Bull. The preferred Snack Partner is Perera & Sons.

Women’s COD4 solo title goes to M.ES Frozen, with nA.MD & nA.tee-hee taking 2nd & 3rd places

Women’s COD4 solo title goes to M.ES Frozen, with nA.MD & nA.tee-hee taking 2nd & 3rd places

The Women’s Call of Duty 4 Solo event took place on Monday (June 1st) with participants playing through 3 group stages, out of which the top 4 players from each group qualified for a final free-for-all match on Kill-house. Participants were given 10 minutes to rack up as many kills against their opponents as possible, and the 12 finalists accumulated a total of 818 kills in the allocated time. The final standings are as follows:

M.ES Frozen 100
nA.MD 95
nA.tee hee 85
nA.UD 73
nA.Medusa 72
EVOX Peabody 72
nA.Hima 68
PnX.RW D.Va 68
WG.SUBIE 57
M.ES Sally Crusher 52
EVOX.Athena 50
EVOX.Yuana 28

The Women’s Cyber Games Championship ’20: Online is sponsored by Red Bull. The preferred Snack Partner is Perera & Sons.

nA.Raven apologises to PnX.Team Red for unsportsmanly conduct during Respawn tournament

nA.Raven apologises to PnX.Team Red for unsportsmanly conduct during Respawn tournament

The Sri Lanka Esports Association took up a complaint by PnX.Team Red against nA.Raven. The accusation was that nA.Raven joined the PnX.Team Red voice comms channel. The Sri Lanka Esports Association heard both sides and voted to give nA.Raven an official warning and required a public apology to the affected team.

Phoenix GaminG’s statement

The Noob Alliance and Phoenix Gaming League of Legends wings have had a great rivalry with each other for many years. The respective teams of each clan have met and fought against each other in countless League of Legends tournaments with both sides showing great respect and sportsmanship for the other before and after the game. Raven “Stalker LAN” who claims he joined the opposition’s voice channel with the intent to wish them good luck before the match, this is quite astonishing given the fact that both teams were not on talking terms. Also taking into account the fact that both teams were at LAN, if his intention truly was to wish the other team he could have done so in-person before the match began as he had multiple opportunities. He also did not wish the PnX team RED as he claimed but stayed silent on the voice channel without informing the opposition of his presence. We have to also take into account the suspicious timing of his attempt to wish them the PnX team as they were in the middle of discussing their strategy for the game and the fact that he was in the voice channel for the entire duration of the conversation. It is disappointing to see this kind of behavior as it was the nA team that requested each team to be in separate rooms for the finals as they did not want PnX RED to hear their shotcalling and it was nA Raven who decided to try and listen to the strategies of the other team. Phoenix GaminG has a lot of respect for the Noob Alliance League of Legends wing as mentioned earlier especially team nA Phase who has set a very high standard for sportsmanship and we believe Raven and his team can learn a lot from the example they have set.

Bhanuka ‘Raven’ Ratnayake’s statement

I, Bhanuka ‘Raven’ Ratnayake of Team MeetYourMakers would like to apologize to Team Red for joining their channel with the intent of wishing them well before the match, which caused their team much distress since they were in draft discussions, however I would like to point out that I didn’t hear any part of the draft discussion since I wasn’t wearing my headphones at the time, and only put my headphones on when I switched to another channel – which can be proved via CCTV footage.

With all that being said, my action of joining their channel in the first place was against sportsmanly conduct in Sri Lankan Esports and I will hereafter adhere to the rules and regulations on play conduct set out by Gamer.LK and the Sri Lankan Esports Association in the future.

Noob Alliance’s statement

This is the first official warning Noob Alliance or any member in Noob Alliance has gotten since our inception over 13 years ago, we aren’t thrilled about it but at the same time, the silver lining is that this is comparatively a minor offense. After being ban and warning free for over a decade, we will be taking this as a lesson and taking even more precautions to ensure this will be the first and only warning Noob Alliance receives in the future.

As always, we thank the Sri Lankan Esports Association and Gamer.LK for being vigilant and taking care of the Esports industry in Sri Lanka, we hope to continue doing our part in helping this movement.

The Sri Lanka Esports Association consists of all organised clans in Sri Lanka and collectively governs the Esports scene in the country.