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Virtusa defends championship title at Mercantile eSports event

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For the second consecutive year, Virtusa became the champions of the Mercantile eSports Championship – powered by Dialog Gaming, held recently at Trace-Expert City. 

The championship open exclusively to the teams and players from any registered business/organization, drew over 60 corporates who battled it out across two days for the coveted Mercantile eSports Championship trophy. 

Competitors representing top corporate firms such as Dialog, London Stock Exchange Group Sri Lanka, Virtusa, WSO2, Sysco Labs, Pyxle, 99x Technologies and many more were geared up and ready to face off each other to bring victory to their workplace.  The Mercantile eSports Championship 2017 was powered by Dialog Gaming and was supported by the Official Energy Drink Red Bull , Official Motorbike Partner Honda, Official Radio Partner Yes FM, Travel Partner Pick Me, Digital Media Partner ReadMe, Digital Promotions Partner PromoterLK, Audio-Visual and Lighting Partner ElektroRevo and Videography Partner Visaru.

After two days of intense competition, Virtusa came out on top as champions claiming the trophy with London Stock Exchange Group Sri Lanka and Dialog securing the second and third places respectively. 

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