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Are You Ready For Sri Lanka’s Largest Games Festival?

Organized by, undoubtedly Sri Lanka’s largest games festival is certainly in place to take off on the 27th of November 2015 at the Bandaranayake Memorial International Conference Hall (BMICH) premises.Together with Sri Lanka’s first ever ComicCon, the extended event is expected to go on until the 29th of November 2015.

Unlike in the past, the significance of this year’s gaming competition lie in the fact that it’s set to host qualifiers from the central, southern and western province of the country under one roof. With over 2000 participants, the large-scale gaming festival is believed to attract thousands of viewers and enthusiasts throughout the weekend.

However, the gradual increase in demand for gaming in Sri Lanka suggest that the fan base would certainly increase in the near future. This would surely result in an increase in the competency level and assist our fellow Sri Lankan gamers to shine in the international arena.

For the 3rd consecutive time, Dialog Sri Lanka has come forward as official partners for the mega event. Alternatively, other multinational companies have also stepped forward as partners to make this year’s gaming festival a tremendous success.

Here’s the list of games that are expected to lighten up the weekend,

Team Titles : Call of Duty 4 (Modern Warfare), Dota 2, League of Legends, Counter Strike Global Offensive and Halo.

Single Titles : Fifa 15, Need For Speed Most Wanted, Track-mania, Mortal Combat X, Need For Speed Rivals and Tekken Tag 2.

Mobile Gaming : Crossy Roads

While the surprising ComicCon organized in collaboration with the Geek Club of Sri Lanka is believed to create a completely fascinating environment within the premises, the stage is set for an exciting weekend of passion and glory.

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