Registrations for the Logitech Play to Win Valorant series have come to a close and a record number of 71 teams that are geared up and ready to compete for the 30,000 LKR prize pool that is up for the taking. This series is sure to bring us nail biting action and some new talent fighting for the top spot.
Matches for this series will commence on the 11th of February and each match will contribute to a team’s national ranking since Valorant is now a national ranked title in the country. The tournament will be held online with the matches streamed so none of the action is missed.
Gamer.LK’s eFootball Championship 2021 concludes with some dominating performances from Sri Lanka’s best eFootballers. Sachin ‘SID’ Dematapitiya representing Noob Alliance cements his win at the grand finals against tournament runner-up Kushan ‘Flashbullet’ Senanayake representing Maximum Esports winning 2-0 at a best of 3. A stellar performance by the veteran to continue his unbeaten streak and crown himself the tournament champion – earning himself the Champions title. The prize pool of 10,000 LKR is split between the three places with 5000 LKR being awarded to the first place and 3000 LKR, 2000 LKR being awarded to the second and third places respectively.
Winner : Sachin ‘SID’ Dematapitiya
Runner-up : Kushan ‘Flashbullet’ Senanayake
Second runner-up : Duminda “Dumin” Vithanagamage
The Sri Lanka Esports Association (SLESA) ranked event was held online featuring FIFA 21 as its gaming title saw it’s 58 registered participants competing for the top spot. The tournament was sponsored by Red Bull Sri Lanka as its exclusive energy drink partner.
The Logitech G Play to Win Series Season 2 continues with its second title – Rainbow Six Siege. “Rehost simulator” and ‘Pnx – Clickbait” were last season’s winners and runners-up respectively. We look forward to seeing them and newer talent play to their wits in this tournament as the games will be played online.
The tournament is the second event from the Play to Win Series leading to a national ranking as a ranked tournament and is set to commence on the 17th of February 2021 with 20,000 LKR up for grabs. Logitech G Sri Lanka will be scouting a number of top players as potential brand ambassadors for the country – bigger opportunities await our Sri Lankan gamers.
Registrations for R6 are open now @ https://gamer.lk/go/logitechg2-r6
The Logitech G Play to Win Series is back for its second edition looking to showcase more local talent. Commencing once again with Valorant, season 1 saw Team ‘SAL MAL GAS’ crowned tournament champions and ‘DEAD SILENCE XPERTS’ tournament runners-up. Season 2 comes with the introduction of a new Valorant agent and some new changes to maps, which promises us newer more out-of-the-box strategies to see.
Valorant this year will be a ranked title and will be the first event from the Play to Win Series leading to a national ranking. This is also the First ranked Valorant tournament going to take place in Sri Lanka – motivation for players to come fight for top spot in the local space.
The series is set to kick-off on the 11th of February 2021 bringing another 30,000 LKR prize pool up for the taking. Once again Logitech G Sri Lanka will be picking a number of top players as their ambassadors for the country. An opportunity for our Sri Lankan gamers to come give it their all.
Registrations for Valorant are open now @ https://gamer.lk/go/logitechg2-valo