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Alpha Esports dominate Free Fire @ P&S Mobile Contenders with SL RiderZ B & SL RiderZ D taking top 2 places

Alpha Esports dominate Free Fire @ P&S Mobile Contenders with SL RiderZ B & SL RiderZ D taking top 2 places

Team AE | SL RiderZ B walk away with Rs. 15,000 after placing first @ the Perera & Sons Mobile Contenders Free Fire. Teams AE | SL RIDERZ D and MAX | Suicide Squad finish in 2nd and 3rd respectively earning their shares of the Rs. 25,000 prize put up for Free Fire.

1st place: AE | SL RiderZ B
Kasun “SLR MR PODDA” Podda
Sadaru “SLR KAIZ” Vishmika
Lakshan “SLR LAKA” Kavinda
Chamal “SLR CJ” Bandara

2nd place: AE | SL RIDERZ D
Himansha “SLR AMITH” Buddika
Savidu “SLR DRACARYS” Chamalka
Maneesha “SLR DUMA 9XT” Madubashitha
Chamath “SLR BATHI” Pabasara

3rd place: MAX | Suicide Squad
Chehan “INF MR ZOMBI” Gamage
Pawan “INF MR UNICO” Madushanka
Avinash “INF NOMERCY” Darshana
Dilip “INF X-NEON” Madushanka

The P&S Mobile Contenders event was Perera & Sons first Esports event, organized in collaboration with Gamer.LK.

Team M-eS DX Generation win @ The Perera & Sons CODM Series

Team M-eS DX Generation win @ The Perera & Sons CODM Series

Team M-eS DX Generation from Maximum Esports walk away with Rs. 15,000 in winnings after placing first @ The Perera & Sons CODM Series. Teams nA Teetotalers and WG x NGSL finish in 2nd and 3rd respectively earning their shares of the Rs. 25,000 prize put up for CODM.

1st Place: M-eS DX Generation
Gihan “Witcher” Silva
Shabith “Kinzu” Sham
Mohamed “XtremE” Wajeeh
Menura “Optic” Fernando
Thisaru “Xclusive” Dilshan
Manupa “No-one” Randhitha

2nd Place: nA Teetotalers
Imshad “TTS IMI” Illiyas
Shafr “TTS SHAFR” Shan
Uzam “TTS ARK”
Shadhir “TTS UZAM” Nilufrr
Ak “TTS ABSOLUTE”
Arkam “SLAYXAK” Anas

3rd Place: WG x NGSL
Sahan “WG SATHSAYT” Sathsara|
sathsa “WG ZATAN” gaming
Dinitha “WG XXX” Tissera
Shanuka “SL RUSHGOD” Yasanga
Ravindu “WG WINK” Lakshitha
Lahiru “WG PANDA” Herath

The P&S Mobile Contenders event was Perera & Sons first Esports event, organized in collaboration with Gamer.LK.

Oxford University says playing games makes you happy

Oxford University says playing games makes you happy

  • People playing more games reported greater “wellbeing”
  • All data collected through online games
  • Attitude towards game does affect mental health

A recent study from Oxford University has suggested that playing video games can be good for your mental health. The research found that people who played more games tended to report greater “wellbeing” in their everyday lives.

The study was done using actual play-time data, thanks to almost all of the games we play these days being online. Previous studies had tended to focus on self-reported time playing, which was only weakly correlated with reality.

An important concept to note is the attitude towards the game that you play could affect the mental impact it has. Play the game because it’s fun and you want to.

Source: The Guardian

Wolfgang announces Blood Hunters 2020 – one of the biggest Tencent approved ranked PUBG M tournaments in Sri Lanka

Wolfgang announces Blood Hunters 2020 – one of the biggest Tencent approved ranked PUBG M tournaments in Sri Lanka

Wolfgang eSports in collaboration with Young Bloods presents “Blood Hunters 2020” one of the biggest Tencent approved PUBG Mobile & ranked tournaments is set to kick-off in Sri Lanka this November.

The tournament is scheduled to commence on the 23rd of November with a prize pool of Rs. 50,000. An opportunity to become the #1 ranked PUBGM player in Sri Lanka awaits. Make sure to head on over to the Wolfgang eSports Facebook page to not miss out on any live updates and matches.

Register for the tournament

3 teams disqualified from P&S CODM tournament

3 teams disqualified from P&S CODM tournament

  • Three teams disqualified for having Indian Nationals on the roster
  • FenrirXOmega, Team Inceptions, nA | XTASY | VENDETTA were the teams in question.
  • All matches affected have been replayed
  • The date for the rematch of finals set for the 15th of November

Gamer.LK has taken action against three teams that violated the rules during the Perera & Sons Mobile Contenders CODM tournament. The teams had one or more Indian nationals in their rosters which went against tournament policy and resulted in their disqualification. All games that were affected have already been replayed or scheduled for a rematch.

1. FenrirXOmega competed with multiple Indians in their roster. None of the games were affected and they were disqualified.

Lakshagar Raja Lakshagar
Janushkhar Raja JR
Dwaarakesh Srinivasan Dwaarak
Anush Thriambak Chaos
Simon Caesar FenrirXKhalil

 

2. Various attempts made to contact Team Inceptions player in question failed and the team members, in turn, were unable to prove his eligibility. All matches affected by them were replayed.

Deon Smith POKOTOCO
Dineth Ratnayake YT XAN
Nithika Pathirage IM NICKY
Amman anujuman INC DENETH
Mayanka de mel INC SANJAY

 

3. nA | XTASY | VENDETTA could not prove that their player in question was a Sri Lankan citizen following inquiries made by Gamer.LK, henceforth the two matches affected by this team have been replayed.

Nikhil Bevan XTZ PUNISHER
Ilhan Kably XTZ D1SSENT
Sheron DeSilva XTZ SALT
Kawin Perera XTZ R3HZ
Sohan Tharusha XTZ .EXE
Afzal XTZ RONIN
Kavindu XTZ BLOODY

 

Having implemented resolutions for these disruptions in the tournament, a rematch of the finals has been scheduled for the 15th of November. Stay tuned to Gamer.LK socials for the latest updates from the Sri Lankan Esports scene.