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Dialog works with Gamer.LK to include Esports in annual desk calendar

Dialog works with Gamer.LK to include Esports in annual desk calendar

A sign of the times – with Gamer.LK’s consistent promotion of the sport, Esports has secured the position of fastest growing sport in Sri Lanka. We have another milestone to kick-off the year – the inclusion of the sport in Dialog’s annual desk calendar where we’ve got a May 2019 spot! Gamer.LK worked with the League of Legends national team who represented the country at both the Asian Games and the Esports World Cup in 2018 to showcase a typical Esports gaming setup, with high end gaming peripherals and portraying the electric atmosphere of an Esports match.

Dialog is a strong proponent and a prolific promoter of sports in the country, powering many sportsmen and women to achieve their goals. The 2019 Dialog Calendar is a reflection of their passion, determination and resilience in moments of excellence.

Seen in the picture are Achintha “Nightmare” Konara, Ashik “ASH” Saleeth and Shalitha “Acelord” Chandraratne. Hilal “Dew” Jismy and Akthar “Blueakthar” Hafeez also contributed to the shoot.

This years Dialog calendar mixes Augmented Reality (AR) concepts where users can use their smartphone to get further details about specific dates on the calendar. For more information on the calendar visit https://www.dialog.lk/calendar

PnX.Indomitus dominates Predator League Sri Lanka 2019

PnX.Indomitus dominates Predator League Sri Lanka 2019

Acer’s Predator League DOTA 2 championship landed on Sri Lankan shores in the latter part of 2018 and concluded last weekend with the crowning of Sri Lanka’s best DOTA 2 team. The championship was conducted as a country qualifier, where the winner of the tournament will represent Sri Lanka at the grand finals in Thailand for a shot at the USD 400,000 prize pool. Thailand will have 10 teams from 9 countries taking a shot at the title – Malaysia, Thailand, Philippines, Indonesia, Singapore, India, Myanmar and Mongolia.

The Sri Lankan Qualifiers

Registrations for the local qualifier commenced on the 12th of November on Gamer.LK and closed on the 10th December with 45 teams registered. The tournament was broken into two stages – online qualifiers and a LAN event where the top 4 teams were brought together at the Jaic Hilton. Online qualifiers commenced on the 13th of December where the 45 teams were whittled down to the top 4 – nA.Bedtime Samurais, Div|Death Sentence, PnX.Indomitus and X3.Victorious Secret.


The final stage of the event was held on the 13th of January ‘18 in the Grand Ballroom of Jaic Hilton. The 4 qualified teams played out the knockout bracket, with semi-finals being played as bo1 and the finals played bo3.

Semi Final 1: PnX.Indomitus vs nA.Bedtime Samurais

Winner: PnX.Indomitus

The tournament favorites Indomitus took on underdogs Bedtime Samurais in the first match of the day. Indomitus pulled through convincingly to the grand finals with a 27 minute base wipe.

Semi Final 2 : X3.Victorious Secret vs Div|Death Sentence

Winner: X3.Victorious Secret

The two Sri Lankan Dota 2 juggernauts were up next, with Victorious Secret being a formidable force since their rise in the Sri Lankan ranks in the past few years. Death Sentence included standalone Sivasubramaniam ‘Prince’ Aarathanan in their lineup who played the role of drafter for this game. Victorious Secret took the game in a well-deserved 35 min battle. With that, VS secured their place in the finals against Indomitus, and Death Sentence was pushed to fight for third place against Bedtime Samurais.

Third place match : Div|Death Sentence vs nA.Bedtime Samurais

With DS looking demoralised after their loss to VS, Bedtime Samurais saw this as their opportunity to clinch a third-place spot by upsetting DS. Drafting was handed to Sathan who looked to be in good form. However, after a 18 minute game, Bedtime Samurais’ dreams were dashed as Death Sentence took the win and secured their third place position.

The Finals : PnX.Indomitus vs X3.Victorious Secret

With Indomitus being as strong as they are, the finals was looking like a David vs Goliath situation. Indomitus breezed through to clinch the victory with a decisive 2-0 win against Victorious Secret, thus taking the Predator Shield and sending VS home with a runner-up placement.

Indomitus took home Rs. 300,000 in cash, some great peripherals and that amazing Predator Shield trophy sent over to Sri Lanka from Acer. Indomitus will be flying out to Thailand for the grand final in Bangkok happening from the 15th to the 17th February 2019.

We wish our champions the best of luck as they carry the Sri Lankan flag for yet another Esports event abroad! Follow Gamer.LK for news of our boys in Thailand.

PnX | indomitus
Viren Dias (c)
Munthasir Shiraz
Mohammed Shafras
Mirsab Hassan
Dinuka Perera
Mohammedu Walid

X3 | Victorious Secret
Mandula Sugathapala
Isuru Lokuge
Shauban Rushdi
Kalhara Keith
Kaveesha Kagasuru

DIV | Death Sentence
Heshan Sanajaya
Anupama Wettasinghe
Sivasubramaniam Aarathanan
Dulith Boralessa
Muksith Ajwath
Kavinda Jayawardane

Phoenix Gaming crowned Champions at Gamer.LK’s Sri Lanka Cyber Games 2018 powered by Dialog Gaming

Phoenix Gaming crowned Champions at Gamer.LK’s Sri Lanka Cyber Games 2018 powered by Dialog Gaming

For the eleventh consecutive year, Gamer.LK – the leader in Esports and Digital Entertainment experiences, organized the national Esports Championship – Sri Lanka Cyber Games (SLCG) powered by Dialog Gaming. Considered Sri Lanka’s flagship Esports tournament, SLCG 2018, provides the platform for Esports athletes from across the country to showcase their talents and  marks the end of the local Esports calendar.

Sri Lanka Cyber Games has evolved into a grand celebration of Esports

Originating from humble beginnings with a few hundred participants in 2008, SLCG has evolved into a grand celebration of Esports and video gaming. The Championship drew over 3,000 participants this year who took part across the most popular gaming titles in the country, battling it out in-game with live commentary with matches being on display on giant screens as well as streamed online. 

SLCG was hosted within Play Expo Sri Lanka, the only Digital Entertainment & Technology expo in Sri Lanka also organized by Gamer,LK, showcasing the latest technology and experiences available for digital entertainment enthusiasts and anyone interested in audio, video, music, movies, gaming and their related technologies. Play Expo Sri Lanka boasted a prize pool of over 5 million LKR, the largest prize pool ever offered for Esports and video gaming in the country. 

The 9 main Esports clans of Sri Lanka, recognized by the Sri Lanka Esports Association which are Death Pact, Division Esports, Evox E-Sports, Maximum eSports, n00b Alliance, Phoenix Gaming, TECH Morph Gamers, Wolfgang e-Sports and Xiphos eSports took part in the tournament.

Phoenix Gaming defends Championship, Xiphos Esports comes second

After three days of intense, nail-biting Esports action and fierce in-game rivalry, Phoenix Gaming defended the coveted overall Championship title for the third consecutive year with Xiphos Esports and n00b Alliance securing the second and third places respectively. 

Thanks largely to the efforts of Gamer.LK in promoting Esports as a gender-neutral sport, this year’s Championship saw an increased participation of girl gamers with an exhibition Women’s Call of Duty match also taking place at the event. In addition, a separate Kid’s Esports segment was also held in the aim of promoting competitive video gaming to the future generations.

Inaugural eRacer Championship and Mobile Gaming Championship

Alongside SLCG 2018, this year also saw the introduction of the inaugural eRacer Championship in association with TopGear. Complete with Red Bull racing seats, racing wheels and pedals, large-screen TVs and the tracks on Project CARS, the Championship was hosted in the aim of seeking out Sri Lanka’s fastest eRacer.  

In addition, this year also saw the inclusion of Sri Lanka’s first-ever competitive Mobile-Gaming Championship with the Mobile Partner Huawei, showcasing popular mobile titles such as Clash Royale, PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG) Mobile and Mobile Legends.

Industry leaders powering Sri Lanka Cyber Games

Leading companies extended their support to SLCG this year. Dialog Gaming stepped in to power SLCG and showcased an array of digital entertainment products and services at the Dialog experience zones at Play Expo. Red Bull came on board as the official energy drink partner and DELL became the Gold Sponsor. The Information and Communication Technology Agency of Sri Lanka (ICTA) committed their support to the event in their efforts to promote the Sri Lankan startup eco-system in the digital entertainment space and Electronic Sports.

Huawei was the Mobile Partner for the event while Honda was the Motorbike Partner and they gave away a Honda Navi to the winner of their mobile game Rider Rush. FriMi came onboard as the official Digital Banking Partner and offered discounts at the Mega Geek Sale happening on all three days of the event. MSI, a long standing supporter of Esports was the technology partner and KISS FM was the Radio Partner for the event. ReadMe was the Digital Media Partner for the event with Elektro Revo being the Lighting Partner and LetMeKnow as the Coverage Partner for the event. 

Winners List for Sri Lanka Cyber Games 2018

Following is the full list of winners from Sri Lanka Cyber Games 2018:

Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare

Champions – Noob Alliance (Team Archon)

Harry Manoharan 

Nisal Jayasundara

Vishal Perera

Navod Bopitiya

Abdulla Llafir

Mohammed Zaid

Second Place – Phoenix Gaming (Team iMex)






Third Place – Phoenix Gaming (Team PulseCORE)

Dinesh Kumara 

Pamitha Alahakoon

Dinesh Jayathunga

Jayath Lakshitha

Mohamed Bilal


Champions – Xiphos Esports (Team Xiphos CSGO)

Geeshan Jayaraj

Omal Prabuddha

Zayyan Ali

Sanjeevan Kalaieesan

Shakir Razak

Hiran Erangana

Second Place – Phoenix Gaming (Heroes eSports)

Andrew Damien

Raqeeb Marzook

Kavishkar Jayaraj

Aslam Rahman

Muzakkir Fahim

Aaron Mark

Third Place – Maximum Esports (Revolutionary Gamers)

Musaffer Muzin

Muaath Muzin

Athahur Rahman

Gayan Hasanka

Ziham Baba


Champions – Phoenix Gaming (Indomitus)

Mohammed Walid

Mohammed Shafraz

Haneef Shiraz

Munthasir Shiraz

Viren Dias

Second Place – Xiphos Esports (Victorious Secret)

Mandula Sugathapala

Isuru Lokuge

Kevin Dashitha

Shauban Rushdi

Kaveesha Kangasuru

Kalhara Keith

Third Place – Division Esports (Team Deat Sentence)

Muksith ajwath

Shenal daniel

Heshan sanjaya

Anupama wettasinghe

Aarathanan siva


Champions – Phoenix Gaming (Lankan Lions)

Shalitha Chandraratne

Ashik Saleeth

Hilal Jismy

Achintha Konara

Akthar Hafeez

Prabu Thanenthiran

Second Place – Phoenix Gaming (Team RED)

Kasun Withanage

Rihan Riyaz

Addil Jizmy

Nishal Ranweerasinghe

Sheran Wijesinghe

Vijai Shanker


Third Place – Noob Alliance (Immortal Dynasty)

Poojana Sirimanna

Hareen Chanthuka

Viran Nissanka

Shashitha Lakal

Susara Ruwantha

Janith Rajapakse

Harivarshen Selvarajah


Champions – Noob Alliance (Blackwatch)

Ruvinda Ranaweera 

Ruvin Kularathna

Michika Iranga

Vinu Randula

Madhushan Dassanayake

Preba Shan

Sampath Widushan

Second Place – Xiphos Esports (Nitro Zeus)

Dulaj Gunawardena 

Najith Kalhan

Deshan Alahakoon

Hansan Zain

Rashad Ameer

Dineth Dulanjaya

Asitha Jayawardena

Darren Johnson

Third Place – Noob Alliance (The Money Team)

Deshan Thilakaratna

Venuja Silva

Chirath Hasan

Nuwan Dhanushka

Sajintha Kumasaru

isuru jayasooriya


Champions – Maximum Esports (Azgard)

Akash Prabashwara

Amith Salinda

Sapuna Liyanage

Hasith Samaraweera

Ranush Vimantha

Vihanga Uwanthake

Second Place – Noob Alliance (Team Reconnected)

Kasun Harsha

Geeth Madusanka

Anjana Amarasinga

Nimesh Tharindu

Vinura Maddumaarchchi

Chamila Roshan

Third Place – Noob Alliance (Team Dark Knightz)

Lahiru Kirieldeniya

Darshana Piumal

Hasala Diluk

Himasha Perera

Shehara Amanthana

Navod Bopitiya



Champions – Xiphos Esports (Live to Kill)

Dulshan Lakvidu

Tejitha Dilshan Nanayakkara

Sachethana Liyanage

P.L.A.Heshan Virantha

Gayan Bandaranayake

Malith Prasanna

Second Place – Xiphos Esports (Team Pokerface)

Sandupama Dabare

Tashen Rajapaksha

Sachira Nuwanga

Reshika Sandeepa

Manula Athalge

Third Place – Phoenix Gaming (Last Warning)

Manaz Mafaz

Mohamed Alhan

Mohamed Arkam

Sajid Suhail

Mohamed Inaam

Mohamed Ashi



Phoenix Gaming – Parthifan

Second Place

Noob Alliance – Joel Joung

Third Place

Phoenix Gaming – Nazir Hassan



Maximum Esports – Kushan Senanayake

Second Place

Maximum Esports – Janith Aramatunge

Third Place

Maximum Esports – Ateeq Roomy



Phoenix Gaming – Rehan Thatsara

Second Place

Standalone – Dinuga Weeraratne

Third Place

Standalone – Shane Madu



Xiphos Esports – Rashad Ameer

Second Place

Xiphos Esports – Praveen  Jeganadan

Third Place

Xiphos Esports – Umashankar  Raja



Phoenix Gaming – Roshan Jurampathy

Second Place

Xiphos Esports – Rashad Ameer

Third Place

Phoenix Gaming – Dillon Jayesingha


Champion – Maximum Esports

Div ‘DS’ Deviiii’ Alwis

Kavindu ‘Kavindu2’ Prabashwara

Second Place – Standalone

Rojer ‘DarkAssassinRJ’ Chandana

Prince ‘Prince1999221’ Dinakara

Third Place – Standalone

Veivesh ‘IGN BijiliV’ Krishnakumar

Seyed ‘Monsterrol’ Basim



Phoenix Gaming – Hafzel Preena

Second Place

Xiphos Esports – Rasheed Ameer

Third Place

Standalone – Nikila Pathirage



Phoenix Gaming – Binura de Zoysa

Second Place

Xiphos Esports – Rashad Ameer

Third Place

Phoenix Gaming – Vihan  Nissanka



Standalone – Laroshi Ganegoda

Second Place

Noob Alliance – Himasha Perera

Third Place

Noob Alliance – Kavindee Kariyawasam



Noob Alliance – Udara Wickramarathne

Second Place

Noob Alliance – Himasha Perera

Third Place

Standalone – Laroshi Ganegoda

WOMEN’S LEAGUE (need for speed: most wanted)


Standalone –Dhinelka Anthony

Second Place

Maximum Esports – Tharushi Liyanage

Third Place

Maximum Esports – Piyumi Madhushani



Standalone – Ubaidullah faris

Second Place

Standalone – Sancho Rithish Rexon

Third Place

Standalone – Nethuli Yesanga



Phoenix Gaming – Tuan Sherim Salahudeen

Second Place

Standalone – Nethuli Yesanga

Third Place

Standalone – Thanuja Tharindu 

UPDATE: 19 Dec 2018 at 12:05 a.m. IST – Correction done to “Phoenix Gaming defended the coveted overall Championship title for the third consecutive year”.

Noob Alliance named best Sri Lankan clan of 2018

Noob Alliance named best Sri Lankan clan of 2018

The Sri Lanka Esports Association (SLESA), the governing body for Esports in Sri Lanka founded by Gamer.LK and consisting of the 9 main Esports clans in the country recently awarded the National Esports Awards at the Sri Lanka Cyber Games Championship held last weekend. The awards are held to recognise outstanding performance, contribution and ethics in the Esports scene in Sri Lanka, and is calculated based on a number of factors decided and agreed on by SLESA.

The winner of the best clan award

Best Clan
Noob Alliance

Second place
Phoenix Gaming

Third place
Tech Morph

The best clan award is a highly contested title which has been won by Phoenix Gaming for the past 4 years. Noob Alliance managed to break the winning streak this year by taking the title for the first time. The best clan award takes into account the following aspects of a clan

  • Performance of their members throughout the year (accounts for 40% of points)
  • How diversified their performance has been – the more titles the better (10%)
  • Organisation points for how structured the clan is (20%)
  • The clans contribution to Esports (10%)
  • Ethics – whether or not the clan has members who have been banned or warned (10%)
  • Community poll (10%)

Phoenix Gaming came out on top in the performance portion of the calculation with a small 4-point lead. Noob Alliance overtook PnX with points in title diversification, ethics and the popular vote, thus establishing that a clan must score high on all factors in order to be crowned best clan in Sri Lanka. The precedent has been set, and clans will be pushing to better their organisations to reach for the ultimate title next year.

The winners of the individual awards

The awards committee looks at the best performing individuals from each recognised SLESA title based on ranked tournaments help from SLCG 2017 until the last ranked tournament before SLCG this year. These are the athletes that stood out in their field and were recognised with best athlete of the year medals for their respective titles.

Best referee of 2018
Nimnaka Perera

Best Shoutcaster of 2018
Abdul Basith

Best Project Cars athlete of 2018
Hafzel ‘PnX.hafzel’ Perera

Best Tekken 7 athlete of 2018
Roshan ‘PnX.jura’ Jurampathi

Best Injustice 2 athlete of 2018
Umashankar ‘x3.Redwire’

Best Clash Royale athlete of 2018
Joel ‘nA.daniel’ Joung

Best FIFA athlete of 2018
Dishan ‘PnX.Dishi’

Best Special Force 2 athlete of 2018
Hasitha ‘M.eS-Chabba’ Samaraweera

Best Counter-Strike: Global Offensive athlete of 2018
Omal ‘x3.Roach’ Prabudda

Best Overwatch athlete of 2018
Ruvin ‘nA.Ghost’ Kularathna

Best League of Legends athlete of 2018
Ashik ‘PnX.AshSL’ Saleeth

Best DOTA 2 athlete of 2018
Viren ‘PnX.Hawkie’ Dias

Best Call of Duty 4 athlete of 2018
Sameera ‘nA.svtue’ Vidushanka

We congratulate all winners who have shown exceptional skill and represented Sri Lankan Esports with pride and integrity! We look forward to a fantastic 2019 where the stake are higher and the competition starts fresh!

Sri Lanka’s ultimate gaming event, SLT e-Sports Championship 2018 comes to a successful close

Sri Lanka’s ultimate gaming event, SLT e-Sports Championship 2018 comes to a successful close

SLT e-Sports Championship 2018, the Esports event with the largest prize pool in the country, organised by Sri Lanka’s premier telecommunication provider Sri Lanka Telecom (SLT) in partnership with the Esports Partner, Gamer.LK, returned for its fourth consecutive year on the 2nd, 3rd and 4th of November at BMICH, alongside the INFOTEL 2018 exhibition.

This year’s event saw record numbers of participation with Esports athletes taking part from across the country making the event a platform for bringing communities together. Phoenix Gaming emerged the overall Champions, with Noob Alliance coming in close as runners-up and Xiphos Esports coming in at third place.

With a prize pool of over a million rupees in cash, this year’s Championship featured many popular online multiplayer gaming titles such as Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare, Counter Strike: Global Offensive, Dota 2 and League of Legends as well as single player titles such as FIFA 19, Project CARS 2, Injustice 2 and Fortnite with mobile game titles, Clash Royale and PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds Mobile also included. With Sri Lanka’s first multi-camera production at an Esports event, this year’s Championship kicked off with matches being broadcast on the giant screen at the venue with a livestream also being broadcast on Facebook, Twitch, YouTube and Mixer for viewers who were not at the venue.

An Esports awareness area, equipped with facilities and demonstrations to educate visitors and newcomers to the event about Esports and its benefits, was showcased at this year’s event with careful attention being paid on the overall spectator experience. A dedicated mobile games arena was also setup at the venue in addition to the professional Esports arena where Esports athletes battled it out for 3 days. A Women’s Championship which saw the participation of many female Esports/ athletes was also held as well as a new Under 12 Kids segment being introduced as a new addition to this year’s event. SLT also held a Cosplay competition alongside the event, encouraging cosplayers to dress up as their favourite characters.

SLT also teased the launch of a mobile game development competition aimed at showcasing groundbreaking innovations and new trends in the mobile entertainment industry. Applicants will be able to enroll for the competition, for either Android or iOS mobile game applications, after it is launched in the near future.

SLT also launched their exclusive SLT eSports platform to the online gamers of Sri Lanka at the Championship, making SLT the first operator in South Asia to launch such a service. The launch was well-received by gamers who appreciate the efforts taken by SLT to improve their Esports experience.

SLT is no stranger to the Sri Lankan Esports scene as they have continued to empower Esports in the country since the inaugural SLT Esports Championship in 2015. which became an instant success. This year marked the initiation of new types of Esports events presented by SLT, held across different formats and regions of the country and aimed at promoting Esports and strengthening the SLT brand offering to the youth segment. The successful completion of the SLT Esports Championship 2018 marks the end of the Esports activities for this year.

The SLT e-Sports Championship was played on a network backbone powered exclusively by Sri Lanka’s Number 1 broadband network – SLT Broadband, famous for its low latency, dedicated and reliable connectivity which is compulsory for Esports and gaming. Showcasing speeds of over 100Mbps and optimized packet routing paths, gamers received an unparalleled broadband experience at the event.

To stay tuned to all the information about SLT Esports and find out more details about the event, visit www.slt.lk/esports.

The winners of the titles at SLT Esports Championship 2018 are:

Under 12 Championship – Subway Surfers
1st Shakya Sansidu (Noob Alliance)
2nd Rivindu de Silva (Standalone)
3rd Suvi de Silva (Standalone)
Under 12 Championship – Fruit Ninja
1st Sherim Salahudeen (Standalone)
2nd Suhail (Standalone)
3rd Shakya Sansidu (Noob Alliance)
SLT Speedup Savariya (SLT title)
1st Mekhala Upamali (Standalone)
2nd Janith de Silva (Standalone)
3rd Ketheka (Standalone)
Zooxanthale (SLT title)
1st Ruvin ‘Ghost’ Kularathne (Noob Alliance)
2nd NIDU Gz (Standalone)
3rd Buddhika (Standalone)
Womens Championship – Mario Kart
1st Himasha ‘HiMA’ Perera (Noob Alliance)
2nd Kavindee ‘Vinky’ Kariyawasam (Noob Alliance)
3rd Tharaki ‘Ivy’ Wackwella (Noob Alliance)
Womens Championship – Mortal Kombat XL
1st Udara ‘Orthopara’ Wickramarathne (Standalone)
2nd Himasha ‘HiMA’ Perera (Noob Alliance)
3rd Tharaki ‘Ivy’ Wackwella (Noob Alliance)
Womens Championship – Need for Speed:Most Wanted
1st Himasha ‘HiMA’ Perera (Noob Alliance)
2nd Zahra ‘[N]erd’ Thajudeen (Phoenix Gaming)
3rd Tharushi ‘MissDetective’ Liyanage (Maximum eSports)
PUBG Mobile
1st Div ‘DS’ Deviiii’ Alwis (Maximum eSports)

Kavindu ‘Kavindu2’ Prabashwara (Maximum eSports)

2nd Rojer ‘DarkAssassinRJ’ Chandana (Standalone)

Prince ‘Prince1999221’ Dinakara (Standalone)

3rd Veivesh ‘IGN BijiliV’ Krishnakumar (Standalone)

Seyed ‘Monsterrol’ Basim (Standalone)

1st Dan ‘Lethal’ Warakagoda (Division)
2nd Thenuka ‘tc.moon’ Dharmarathna (Division)
3rd Rehan ‘REZBY’ Fernando (Phoenix Gaming)
Clash Royale
1st Joel ‘daniel’ Joung (Noob Alliance)
2nd Parthi ‘Parthifan’ (Phoenix Gaming)
3rd Rajith ‘rN’b’ Nipuna (Noob Alliance)
Injustice 2
1st Umashankar “RedWire” Raja (Xiphos Esports)
2nd Praveen “ZOMBI3” Jeganadan (Xiphos Esports)
3rd Dinusha “Veko_Stan” Cooray (Xiphos Esports)
Project Cars
1st Ryan ‘LokDown’ Perera (Phoenix Gaming)
2nd Vihanga “B.O.O.M” Poorna
3rd Rashad ‘RaSSyCZaR’ Ameer
1st Afdhal Muvaffik (Phoenix Gaming)
2nd Arkam Iqbal (Phoenix Gaming)
3rd Fawzan ‘Fz’ Nazir (Phoenix Gaming)
League of Legends
1st Team PnX|Lankan Lions (Phoenix Gaming)

– Shalitha Chandraratne

– Ashik Saleeth

– Hilal Jismy

– Achintha Konara

– Sajitha Suranjana

– Abith Latiff

2nd Team PnX|MeMe Masters (Phoenix Gaming)

– Tharinda de Silva

– Sajid Moulana

– Rizlan Affridhy

– Anjana Amarasinghe

– Akthar Hafeez

– Ashivhar Mugunthan

– Bhanuka Rathnayake

3rd Team PnX|ReD (Phoenix Gaming)

– Kasun Withanage

– Sheran

– Rihan

– AAdil

– Nishal

Counter Strike: Global Offensive
1st Team Xiphos CSGO (Xiphos Esports)

– Geeshan Jayaraj

– Omal Prabuddha

– Zayyan Ali

– Sanjeevan Kalaieesan

– Shakir Razak

– Hiran Erangana

2nd Team PnX|Heroes eSports (Phoenix Gaming)

– Andrew Damien

– Raqeeb Marzook

– Kavishkar Jayaraj

– Aslam Rahman

– Muzakkir Fahim

– Aaron Mark

3rd Team R16 (Standalone)

– Zahid Ameer

– Seyed Basim

– Isfak Ibrahim

– Kisho

– Miqdhad Afzal

1st Team PnX| Indomitus (Phoenix Gaming)

– Mohammed Walid

– Mohammed Shafraz

– Haneef Shiraz

– Munthasir Shiraz

– Viren

2nd Team x3|Victorious Secret (Xiphos Esports)

– Mandula Sugathapala

– Isuru Lokuge

– Kevin Dashitha

– Shauban Rushdi

– Kaveesha Kangasuru

– Kalhara Keith

3rd Team Div|Death Sentence (Division)

– Mukshith Ajwath

– Shenal Daniel

– Anupama Wettasinghe

– Heshan Sanjaya

– Kalindu Keith

– Mandula

Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare
1st Team nA|Spite (Noob Alliance)

– Sameera Vidushanka

– Ruvin Kularathna

– Sasitha Weerathunga

– Isuru Abykoon

– Eranda Madhushan

– Tharindu Yapa

2nd Team TM|zU (Tech Morph)

– Dinuwan Fernando

– Sachith Nishakara

– Isuru Herath

– Thiyanjana Janithashan

– Thilinda Chamal

– Dinuka Lakshan

3rd Team nA|Archon (Noob Alliance)

– Harry Manoharan

– Mohammed Zaid

– Nisal Jayasundara

– Vishal Perera

– Abdulla Lafir

– Lahiru Gayan

Sri Lankan team Xiphos beat India’s Entity Gaming in WESG South Asia qualifiers

Sri Lankan team Xiphos beat India’s Entity Gaming in WESG South Asia qualifiers

Team Xiphos is representing Sri Lanka at the World Esports Games hosted by Alisports. The South Asia and West Asia qualifiers commenced today, with Xiphos having already played 2 matches against UFD eSports from Pakistan and Entity Gaming from India – both wins for Sri Lanka 16-2 and 16-13 respectively.

Next up is their match against Paksitan’s Portal eSports, which is bound to be a tight match! Watch the stream below.