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News / Interview with GCSF2L Season 1 Finalists
« on: January 27, 2018, 07:01:54 pm »
We caught up with the two teams which reached the Grand Final of the first ever Special Force 2 ranked tournament and we asked them few questions about what’s running in their mind. This is what they had to say:

How did you start SF2?

Our team started SF2 at SLCG ’17 which was held as a promotional title. We took part because our clan – Phoenix GaminG requested us to participate.

PnX|Mix Fruits:
Phoenix GaminG told me to make a team and try hard.

Why SF2 over other games?

Except for CB, the remaining 4 in our team are all FPS players – either CS:GO or COD4. This was a reason for us continue this game since the mechanics of the game were familiar to us. Another important reason to play this game is because it is a ‘Ranked’ title now which means the competition is intense and we want to be on top of the rankings while contributing to our clan as well.

PnX|Mix Fruits:
League is my priority game, playing SF because it has some intriguing aspects no other game has.

How is the local competition?

The competition is intense. Teams from n00b Alliance, Maximum e-Sports and Ghost Warriors e-Sports gave a good fight in this league. However, we think there are more teams out there who can make it more competitive including EnvyUs from Tech Morph (SLCG champions) who didn’t take part in this league.

PnX|Mix Fruits:
Local completion is good but the PnX teams didn't have the toughest of games though.

Who is/are the best player/players in your team?

The key to our victories depend on our teamwork, therefore we can’t select one person as the best. All 5 of us are the best in their own ways.

PnX|Mix Fruits:
Heat put a lot of dedication but his skill is not par with his dedication, skill wise Kassa AKA Erron Black would be the overall better player in most maps.

How has the league been?

The league has been running smooth and on time. The referees were very cooperative and did a great job. We enjoyed this tournament and hope there will be more in the future.

PnX|Mix Fruits:
The league has been fun and it is a well-organized tournament by GLK. Hope for more of the same.

Are your opponents “worthwhile”?

Honestly speaking we already faced them (Mix Fruits) in the Winner Bracket Semi Final and we just ran over them. We were expecting nA|Team Spite to be the finalist because we badly wanted to pay them back for knocking us out at SLCG ’17. Unfortunately, they were knocked out by Mix Fruits before they could reach the Finals.

PnX|Mix Fruits:
Yeah, they are pretty decent, everyone is try harding.

Who would you want to target the most in your opponent’s team?

No doubt, it’s going to be HEAT. Hope he gets this message and be prepared.

PnX|Mix Fruits:
Chromnz because he is the most overrated player in their team.

Is your clan the strongest for the game? Will that remain?

Both the finalists are from Phoenix GaminG, which means our clan is the strongest right now. Definitely, because both our teams are focusing and practicing the game continuously and there are more teams being formed. So, we are good in the long run.

PnX|Mix Fruits:
Our clan likes to do well in all games and try out new things, so let's see how it goes. Pretty sure other clans also can do well.

What do you think a final between two teams of the same clan would mean for the future of SF2?

I don’t think this is going to remain for long, because more better teams from other clans would be taking the spot. However, it is going to be a challenge for other clans to bring us down.

PnX|Mix Fruits:
It means that all other clans will try to send a team of theirs to play SF. So good for the competition.

Would you win?

Definitely. We already won with them once. We know their strengths and weaknesses. We have some new strats which we have saved up for the Finals. We will be executing them and hoping to take all 3 matches out of the Bo5.

PnX|Mix Fruits:
We will give it all we got, the deserving team will always win.

There you have it. One could say these teams were being borderline “too” honest with their answers, but that’s what they had to say to the world! A lot of eyes on the former FIFA champion, PnX|Heat, who is also known to go from performing exceptionally well to horribly bad. AllStars__ boast a reputation of being known in CSGO while Mix Fruits are known for their strong COD4 skills. In another way, this is a testimony for which game has more skilled players.

The common ground of SF2 is set and the teams are ready! Which FPS game takes more skills? The grand finale will happening at 11.00 PM today (27th Saturday) will decide that so tune in to see how these kinsmen face each other off and trash their way to victory!

By: Binura de Zosysa

Classifieds / Re: [SELLING] Sony DualShock 4 Wireless Controller
« on: January 24, 2018, 01:39:16 pm »

Classifieds / Re: [SELLING] Sony DualShock 4 Wireless Controller
« on: January 15, 2018, 01:44:18 pm »
Bump! Last Few Pieces Remaining!

Classifieds / Re: [SELLING] Sony DualShock 4 Wireless Controller
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Classifieds / [SELLING] 30K worth Redline Vouchers
« on: November 30, 2017, 07:57:49 pm »
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News / World Electronic Sports Games 2017
« on: November 14, 2017, 06:13:43 pm »
Based in Shanghai, the World Electronic Sports Games is an eSports championship series organized by Alibaba Group, hosting tournaments for Counter Strike: Global Offensive, DOTA 2, Starcraft 2, and Hearthstone. The event drags in teams from all around the world to compete for a prize pool of $1.5 million.

WESG begins its registrations from August to November, following which it holds its national qualifiers through to December. The regional qualifiers will follow suit till January, and the Grand Finals will take place on March 2018.

Last year's WESG boasts a contestant number of over 63,000 individuals from 125 countries, with a live stream view number of 375,893,813 and a prize pool of $5.5 million.

It has been announced that Sri Lanka would be able to compete in the APAC qualifiers under the sub-region 'South Asia+ South East Asia'. The 2 winners of the sub-region qualifiers would then compete in the LAN event in China with their travelling and accommodation expenses covered up for. We encourage all Sri Lankan teams to participate in the event for a chance to represent your country on an international stage. Registrations for the WESG qualifiers are now officially opened and can be accessed through the below links.
Registration Entry:https://goo.gl/P217DT
Registration Guide:https://goo.gl/RXMJ55

By: Ashwin Umasudhan

Classifieds / Re: [SELLING] HyperX Cloud 2 RED/BLACK BrandNew
« on: November 07, 2017, 07:56:25 pm »
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Classifieds / [SELLING] Sony DualShock 4 Wireless Controller
« on: November 07, 2017, 05:40:57 pm »
Brand New Original PS4 Wireless Controllers Available!

Price: LKR 8,000

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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)

News / Re: New Titles Emerge, New Champions Crowned
« on: August 22, 2017, 03:13:24 pm »
definition of "time restraints and lack of participants".
According to the writer, what he meant was CS:GO was cancelled due to lack of participants and PC was called off because of time constraints due to the venue being unavailable after a particular time.

P.S - Replied on request of the writer. He himself will give you a clarification shortly!

News / Re: New Titles Emerge, New Champions Crowned
« on: August 22, 2017, 01:43:57 pm »
And please write correct and un-biased articles. expecting better things from GLK articles.
The details of the article was entirely based on performance and what was there to mention. If there are any concerns of only a specific clan's people writing articles, please feel free to send us members from your clan as well to make the articles "unbiased". We are more than happy to recruit. 🙂

News / Re: New Titles Emerge, New Champions Crowned
« on: August 22, 2017, 01:39:00 pm »
Before putting articles why don't you guys properly settle the prizes and certificates or whatever you promised to give the winners? As Overwatch winners we are yet to receive anything and the response from admins are utterly disappointing. It has been more than a week and they are asking us to wait and when asked for updates we are ignored like they don’t give a damn. Your internal problems are not players’ concerns. Next time before you run a tournament make you have everything prepared and ready. Otherwise just please don’t do it! You can save a lot of time by not doing anything. PLEASE!
This article was written by the news team of Gamer.LK and not by any organizer to interfere and "settle the prizes". For those concerns, please coordinate with the relevant organizers as Gamer.LK is ONLY the strategic partner for the event.

News / New Titles Emerge, New Champions Crowned
« on: August 21, 2017, 03:38:20 pm »
Organized by Phoenix GaminG and the ICBT HND Networking Batch 15 (Spectre), GamerFest '17 kicked off Saturday morning, 12th of August at the ICBT Campus Auditorium. Powered by Sri Lanka Telecom and the strategic partnership of Gamer.LK, the event showcased a wide variety of team and individual games for participants to compete in and come through victorious.

This year's GamerFest paved the way for a range of returning and brand new team and individual titles.

Team Games
  • Overwatch
  • Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare
  • DOTA 2
  • League of Legends
  • CS: GO
Individual Games
  • FIFA 17
  • Tekken 7
  • Injustice 2
  • Project Cars

This event served as the introduction of 2 new titles to the fighting game genre: Tekken 7 and Injustice 2, a welcome change to the 2 year reign of Mortal Kombat X on the local competitive front. Unfortunately, CS: GO was cancelled due to lack of participants and Project Cars due to time restraints.

GamerFest was held in three ways. The DOTA, LOL, and COD draws had online qualifiers, with the semifinals and final stages being played on LAN. The Overwatch event was played entirely online, whilst all single player titles were played offline at ICBT.

The Tekken 7 tournament saw the inclusion of exhilarating and informative shout casting performed by Binura and Morpheus, adding to the overall hype of the event whilst educating the spectators on the mechanics of the game as the matches progressed. The Injustice 2 tournament brought in older Mortal Kombat X competitors as well as newer players, duking it out to be crowned as Sri Lanka's first Injustice 2 champion. FIFA 17 managed to attract the most number of entrants, with Phoenix GaminG maintaining a dominant run throughout.

On the multiplayer side, we were in for a treat for the grand finals of COD 4, with a nail biting set between two of n00b Alliance's elite teams, with a final score of 13-8 in favor of Team Spite. The League of Legends finals showcased the most dominating run of PnX|Lanka Lions.MSI, maintaining their dominance to a well deserved win without a single loss throughout the entire tournament. The DOTA 2 event displayed an extremely one-sided grand final set between PnX|Indomitus.MSI and nA.Infinity Gaming, with both games lasting around 30 minutes each.

Overwatch was held online entirely, with reigning champions x3.NoobsWithAttitude (NwA) competing against several other teams as well. They managed to put some exciting matches on display, defeating PnX|Syndicate to win their first GamerFest Overwatch title.

The fun didn't just last on the big screens, as GamerFest gave participants and spectators the opportunity of winning themselves 10GB of free data for their SLT broadband connections by answering game-related questions asked at random periods throughout the day.


The following players and teams ended up victorious at the end of the day.

Winner- x3.NwA.GIGABYTE
Runner-up- PnX|Syndicate.MSI

Winner- nA.Team Spite
Runner-up- nA.Phase 2.0

Winner- PnX|Indomitus.MSI
Runner-up- nA.Infinity Gaming

League of Legends
Winner- PnX|Lanka Lions.MSI
Runner-up- PnX|Sleeping Forest.MSI

Winner- PnX|SharpShooter.MSI
Runner-up- PnX|Venom.MSI

Tekken 7
Winner- PnX|Grimmjow.MSI
Runner-up- PnX|Morpheus.MSI

Injustice 2
Runner-up- PnX|Morpheus.MSI

With that, GamerFest '17 concluded, attracting an influx of newer players, solidifying existing and newer rivalries, and showcasing the best of e-sports action Sri Lanka has to offer.

By: Ashwin Umasudhan

Mercantile eSports Championship returns for the 2nd time this year, a lot better and a lot bigger. With the inclusion of additional games into the list and upscale prices, the tournament kicked off early Saturday morning, 15th July 2017 at Trace Expert City, Maradana. Organized by Gamer.LK, the tournament was open for all corporations in Sri Lanka, entitling corporate employees to represent their organization across a number of team and individual titles to compete for an overall championship trophy.

  • Powered by: Dialog Gaming
  • Official Energy Drink: Red Bull
  • Official Radio Partner: YESFM Sri Lanka's No. 1 Hit Music Station
  • Motorbike Partner: Honda
  • Digital Media Partner: ReadMe
  • Digital Promotions Partner: Promoter.lk
  • AV & Lighting Partner: eleKtro revo
  • Travel Partner: PickMe
A record of 60 corporates of Sri Lanka registered for the extravagant Mercantile eSports championship with the previous year’s overall champions, Virtusa, striving to be the best once more along with the remaining 59 corporates eyeing the same goal.

  • Project Cars – 1V1
  • FIFA 17 – 1V1
  • Mortal Kombat XL – 1V1
  • DOTA 2 – 5V5
  • Call of Duty Modern Warfare – 5v5:  with a record of 34 teams taking part this year.
  • Counter Strike: Global Offensive – 7 teams and hell a lot of gruesome battles.
  • League of Legends – with 4 teams taking part, the champions were crowned on the first day of the tournament.
  • OverWatch – a small bracket of 3 teams in total, but intense, nail biting action each round.
  • Clash Royale – From the creators of ‘Clash of Clans’ and another amazing mobile game. Clash Royale combines elements from collectible card games, tower defense, and multiplayer online battle arena. The first ever Clash Royale tournament kicked off at Mercantile 2017.
Every Multiplayer / Team game excluding OverWatch, kicked off on early Saturday morning. The action started of early with Call of Duty 4 and League of Legends matches not only taking the main attraction of the event but also being streamed live on a beautiful giant screen right behind the players. All these brilliant matches and the shout casting by the best shout casters of the country, was a sight to see.


Winners:   Team Huskies   (Virtusa)
2nd Place:   Team Oxygen   (Dialog)
3rd Place:   Team A   (WSO2)

Winners:   Team V   (Virtusa)
2nd Place:   Team CodeGen   (CodeGen)
3rd Place:   Team Watch Words   (WSO2)

Winners:   Team Virtusa   (Virtusa)
2nd Place:   Team LSEG   (LSEG)
3rd Place:   DG |TheVigilKnights   (Dialog)

Winners:   Team LPBP   (HOUZNT)
2nd Place:   Team Legions Feader   (Pearson)
3rd Place:   Team Invizible Wlkrz   

Winners:   Team RLG   (RedLine Technologies)
2nd Place:   Team OVERZONE   (Zone 24x7)
3rd Place:   Team MilleniumIT   (LSEG)


Winners:   Dimal Fernando   (Victory Information)
2nd Place:   Binura De Zoysa   (ReadMe)
3rd Place:   Sajith Rupasinghe   (LSEG)

Winners:   Sadir Omer   (SLT Services)
2nd Place:   Afdhal Muvaffik   (Srilankan Air Lines)
3rd Place:   Janith Amaratunge   (Xcendant)
Winners:   Dulaj Gunawardene   (Dockyard General Engineering Services)
2nd Place:   Azeem Ahamed   (LSEG)
3rd Place:   Umashankar   (GSS)

Winners:   JayaLanka Tours   
2nd Place:   MAS Active   
3rd Place:   Pyxle   

Virtusa playing insanely well and winning 3 titles out of 9 were the clear overall champions of Mercantile eSports Championship 2017. With the prizes and the medals given off to the winners, Mercantile eSports Championship came to a close. Stay tuned and get all your workmates and employees ready for Mercantile eSports Championship 2018!

Link: http://mercantile.gamer.lk/#results

By: Dimal Fernando

News / n00b Alliance Wins Another Edition of KOL
« on: June 28, 2017, 02:09:17 pm »
Kings of LAN ’17 June - Call of Duty 4 organized by Gamer.LK was held on 24th & 25th of June at KEERO Gaming Lounge, Delkanda. Being the most popular gaming title in Sri Lanka, the event drew 47 teams representing all the top standalone and attired teams. Throughout the two days, the lounge was filled with nothing but excitement, thrill, and endless cheers!

Participation was once again mostly by teams representing the top clans in Sri Lanka. Amongst them, a remarkable presence by Tech Morph teams were seen. Opposing the green force, there were top teams from n00b Alliance, Phoenix GaminG, WolfGang, and Maximum eSports as well.

The rounds were closely competed with nail-biting finishes in many matches. From the 47 competitors, Tech Morph’s Team zU, n00b Alliance’s Team Phase 2.0, Phoenix GaminG’s Inside Gaming, WolfGang’s Mist’Walkers, and the standalone team Inversion imex stood out to be the top contenders.

A turning point of the event happened during the semifinals when Inside Gaming met Team zU. Keeping aside the strong rivalry they have; the match was intense by the plays of both teams. However, it was Inside Gaming’s day as they outplayed Team zU to a 13-7 score.

The current KOL title defenders, Team Phase managed to once again reach the final by outplaying Inversion Imex in the semifinal. Repeating history, it was once again Team Phase and Inside Gaming who reached the Kings of LAN final!

In the best of 2 games final, Team Phase managed to secure the first game to a 13-11 score in a very close encounter. Following that, Team Phase was able to secure the second game as well to a 13-7 score to become the Kings of LAN in COD4 once again for a 3rd consecutive year. Inside Gaming also set a record by becoming the runner-up for a 3rd consecutive year.

Winner – nA.Team Phase 2.0
Runner-up – PnX|Inside Gaming

Congratulations to Team Phase 2.0 for their remarkable performance! With that another edition of Kings of LAN came to an end while re-throning champions! Wishing the best for all participants, stay tuned as we have a lot of eSports action coming very soon!

By: Binura de Zosysa

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