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Sri Lanka’s leading e-commerce platform, wow.lk announced a partnership with MSI to present the Sri Lankan leg of MSI Masters Gaming Arena (MGA) on the 5th December 2015.

MSI MGA, formerly known as MSI Beat IT, fresh from the success of the global gaming tournament in August, sets foot in Sri Lanka. The event will be backed by MSI, in collaboration with FTW and wOw.lk. The eSports Tournament kicks off at 9am on the 5th December 2015 and will conclude at 6pm on the same day. Participants can enter the tournament free of charge. wOw.lk, together with MGA opens this gaming tournament to experienced and casual gamers to give everyone the opportunity to put their skills to the test. The video games pit the gamers against each other, according to Gamer.lk, are as follows:
  • FIFA 2015 (one-on-one)
  • Mortal Kombat X (one-on-one)
  • Need for Speed Most Wanted (one-on-one)
  • TrackMania Nations Forever (one-on-one)
  • Tekken Tag Tournament 2 (one-on-one)

Winners will be entitled for cash prizes and gifts. There will be a number of promotional battles as well, namely, Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare (5-on-5 with 10 invited teams) and Call of Duty Advanced Warfare (free for all).The tournament rules will be governed by the same regulating instilled by Gamer.lk, Sri Lanka’s premier gaming community. Participants will be entitled for ranking points. On the day of the tournament, MGA will feature the MSI Global eSprts franchise along with a range of the latest games and gaming accessories along with exclusive deals from wOw.lk. MSI Masters Gaming Arena is a global eSporting event held annually. It pits together professional gamers from all over the world, including Korea, Taiwan, China, North America and Europe. This year’s tournament was held in August in Seattle, USA. 

wOw.lk is Sri Lanka’s leading e-commerce platform, renowned for revolutionizing online buying behavior in the country. Since its inception, the company has continued to innovate and improve virtual shopping experiences with a wide range of affordable products and services. The company is powered by Sri Lanka’s largest telecommunication services provider, Dialog Axiata. Today, wOw.lk is one of Sri Lanka’s most reputed e-commerce websites. 
See Kapruka's top selling online shopping categories such as Toys, Grocery, Flowers, Birthday Cakes, Fruits, Chocolates, Clothing and Electronics. Also see Kapruka's unique online services such as Money Remittence,News, Courier/Delivery, Food Delivery and over 700 top brands. Also get products from Amazon & Ebay via Kapruka Gloabal Shop into Sri Lanka.

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See Kapruka's top selling online shopping categories such as Toys, Grocery, Flowers, Birthday Cakes, Fruits, Chocolates, Clothing and Electronics. Also see Kapruka's unique online services such as Money Remittence,News, Courier/Delivery, Food Delivery and over 700 top brands. Also get products from Amazon & Ebay via Kapruka Gloabal Shop into Sri Lanka.

 


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See Kapruka's top selling online shopping categories such as Toys, Grocery, Flowers, Birthday Cakes, Fruits, Chocolates, Clothing and Electronics. Also see Kapruka's unique online services such as Money Remittence,News, Courier/Delivery, Food Delivery and over 700 top brands. Also get products from Amazon & Ebay via Kapruka Gloabal Shop into Sri Lanka.

 


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