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Team with vast gaming experience having expertise in designing, moderation and execution of online and offline tournaments.

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Identifying talent and developing young players, offering guidance to help them make best possible decision both on and off the game.

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HOW WE WORK

HOW WE WORK

BRAINSTORM

We brainstorm on different ideas and possibilities to devise best solution through healthy discussion.

PLAN

We develop different plans & ideas through brainstorming and help you to decide the best solution which is feasible and can be executed flawlessly.

PREPARATION

Our team will start working on the preparation and development of the idea, ready to be executed.

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We make sure that the decided solution is executed to perfection, turning your idea into reality.

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UPCOMING EVENTS

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GARENA PARTNERS UP WITH NGES

GARENA PARTNERS UP WITH NGES

Garena’s undivided collaboration with NGES, ended up organizing the first official Free-Fire tournament in Pakistan. Free-Fire is a free battle-royale video game, currently with a considerable number of players competing through out the world. Garena’s partnership with NGES did not only ignite the spark among Free-Fire players, but also gave a wake up call to other video-games enthusiasts.

So as to achieve worldwide recognition, 216 teams from different cities of Pakistan that included Karachi, Lahore and Islamabad, with each city representing 72 teams played their hearts out to qualify for the FFCS- Asia.
The alliance of Garena and NGES amounted to the discovery of “House of Blood”, a Free-Fire team with an unparalleled potential, that represented Pakistan and showed the region what gamers here are capable of doing

ZAIN REPRESENTS PAKISTAN IN MALAYSIA

ZAIN REPRESENTS PAKISTAN IN MALAYSIA

Recently, our FIFA fan-favorite, Zain Ali Shah traveled to Malaysia on a sponsored trip to participate in ES Football Championship which was organized by Gamesbond. Now before we go ahead and tell you about his performance, we would like to give you an introduction to Gamesbond and appreciate them for their efforts towards promotion of Esports in all of Asia.

Gamesbond was founded back in 2015 by Fazli Razak and Suki Lee with the goal of becoming the most successful and renowned sports center of Malaysia. Over the years they’ve hosted plenty of tournaments in the country with one of them being the ES Championship, which was a FIFA tournament in collaboration with the mighty EA Sports itself.

The ES Championship 2019 included sponsored players from 15 invited Asian countries which were Pakistan, Malaysia, Sri Lanka, Singapore, India, Bangladesh, Indonesia, Brunei, Myanmar, Maldives, Japan, Vietnam, Thailand, South Korea, and Hong Kong. It was a three day event where on the first day, the players were briefed and sorted into groups. On the second day, the group-stages and the quarter finals took place. On the last day, the qualifying players competed for the semi-finals and finals. The knockout stages were played on two legs aggregate where a player was not allowed to pick the same team more than once. The prize-pool of the tournament was $10,000 which contained prizes for players all the way down to the 16th position and the winner going to Madrid to participate in a much bigger competition.

Pakistan Cyber Gaming’s Zain Ali Shah  fought bravely to make his way to the Top-16 through a very competitive group but however, luck was not on his side in the Ro16 where he lost to Rainesual by 3-2 on aggregate. In a heartfelt message on his Facebook profile Zain apologized to Pakistan for not making it further in the tournament, but we’re as proud as we could be. Keep your head up, champ!

Lastly, another shout out to Gamesbond for pulling off such a huge event successfully and looking forward to many more in the future!

PCG successfully wraps up Burgerlab FIFA Championship Karachi 2019

PCG successfully wraps up Burgerlab FIFA Championship Karachi 2019

After an exhilarating month of some intense FIFA competition, Pakistan Cyber Gaming’s Burgerlab FIFA Championship 2019 came to an exciting end. The tournament kicked off on the 20th July ’19 at the Burger Lab Clifton Branch where the first qualifier was won by Osama Shahid while Adnan Rauf was the runners-up. The second qualifier at the F.B. Area branch was won by Zain Ali Shah who was followed by runner-up Zohaib Mughal. The Gulshan qualifier was won by Salman Haider while the SMCHS and DHA qualifiers were won by Khizar Ul Islam and Ali Khan.

The qualified players then competed against each other at the Clifton branch on the 4th of August for the ultimate prize. The runner-ups competed in a 5 player league out of which the top 3 qualified for the double eliminations along with the 5 winners. Considering that every player in the top 8 has already beaten over 60 other players in the qualifiers, you can imagine how close the competition would have been! Even with all that competition, known to be Pakistan’s undisputed best player, Zain Ali Shah took the trophy home after a nail-biting final with Zia Ali. The final was so close that it can be said Zia Ali’s missed penalty in the dying moments of the game was the deciding factor.

The winner of Gulshan qualifier and 3rd place holder in the Finals, Salman Syed who came all the way from Islamabad just to participate in this tournament said he thoroughly enjoyed the tournament and everything from the management to the organization was up to the mark and he “can’t wait to participate in another such tournament” One of our sponsors for the event, Arsalan (founder of Panda Gaming) also said this was a step up for Pakistani Esports as a whole and would love to continue working with PCG in the future. Speaking of sponsors we would like to thank the brands that worked with us on this: Burger Lab, Gamesbond and Panda Gaming.

Gamesbond, an international esports organisation collaborated with us to promote esports in Pakistan.

Panda Gaming sponsored us the equipment for the tournament, which made the event successful.

Also a shoutout to the players of the FIFA Community who were participating in the tournament and still volunteered to help Team PCG in the administration as well when needed: Talha, Ashar, Ghanim, Zain and Zia.

As a gamer, what pleased me more than seeing people play FIFA together was to watch them having a good time doing it. Smiles, high-fives, emotions and new friendships were all around and this is something that our gaming community has been deprived of, till yet! I can assure you this is just the start of something big and our team is on our toes eager to bring you many such events of different games and when we bring you that fire, we expect you to bring the heat!!!

Ocean Mall FIFA 19 Farewell Tournament

Ocean Mall FIFA 19 Farewell Tournament

When everything was prepared and in order, a couple of days before the event, we got the news that the Sri Lankan national cricket team is landing in Karachi for ODI matches on Friday and Sunday. This only meant one thing, the National Stadium/Karsaz Road leading will be closed leading all the traffic to alternate routes which means our participants who are coming from the other side of Sharah-e-Faisal may face heavy traffic congestions. Not only this, many would even want to watch the match at the stadium or at home rather than playing a FIFA tournament.

Since everything was already prepared, we had no choice but to go on with the selected dates, what we were however unaware of, was that this would be the least of our worries. Friday came with thick grey clouds and before we could realize what’s about to happen, Karachi was soaked in rain-water. Against all odds, some enthusiastic FIFA athletes made their way through the storm and flooding streets and so we began. Thankfully, it did not rain for the rest of the weekend and we were able to meet our expected number of 128 players.

Things kicked off with the group stages where the best were separated from the rest as we saw 64 top players make their way through their respective groups. One of these qualifying players was our one and only female athlete, Tuba who had a message to share with the female gamers of Pakistan.

On the day of the Finals those 64 players were shuffled and faced each other in 6-minute knockout matches. The real surprise actually came in the quarter-finals when Talha Siddiqui beat tournament-favorite Zain Ali Shah 4-3 in the extra-time of a very intense match that could have gone either way. Then, when the odds were all in Talha’s favor we were faced with yet another shocker as Farmal beat him in the very next round and reserved his spot in the final. From the other side, Arham Ghori made his way to the finals defeating the Rehman brothers, Areeb and Ezan in the quarters and semis respectively. Areeb and Ezan were also without doubt amongst the top players of the tournament after making a name for themselves with their performances in B. Lab FIFA Championship. Farmal and Arham proved that there are more than just a few talented players in Karachi who are yet undiscovered by the community. Farmal then went on to win the final and become the ultimate champion of the 3-day competition.

Closing this off, we would like to thank each and every one of you who participated or came to support your friends, credits to out moderators; Zain Ali, Zia Ali, Talha Siddiqui, Ashar Abbas and Ghanim for working hard to make the event a success and a shout-out to our sponsors and partners Ocean Mall, Betty Crocker, Sobremesa, and Pizza & Pasta Co.

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PCG Teams Up with IGen for CS GO LAN Event

PCG Teams Up with IGen for CS GO LAN Event

Ever since Pakistan Cyber Gaming was launched, our followers have often asked for Counter Strike: GO tournaments, and quite frankly, why wouldn’t they? After all, CS GO is amongst the top Esports titles in the world and despite being about 8 years old, is severely enjoyed by the masses.

Responding to outrageous public demand, PCG decided to team up with IGen Gaming to bring you IGen Masters Season 2 powered by theonlinestore.pk. Come 18th of Feb, 32 teams from all over Karachi will compete for the 45,000PKR prize pool following a Best-of-3 Knockout format. The entry fee is as low as it gets, ONLY 1000PKR PER TEAM!!! Which is only to ensure the seriousness of the teams and competitiveness of the event. The registrations will be going on till the 16th of Feb 2020.

 

Each team of 5 will select one representative responsible for choosing maps and communicating with the officials on behalf of the team. As the game starts, 30 rounds will be played with both opposing teams playing 15 as Terrorists and 15 as Counter-Terrorists. The first team to win 16 rounds will win the map and the round will end immediately. Each individual round will be of 1:45 in duration and the teams playing Terrorists first will be announced before the match or decided over a knife-toss. In case of a draw 6 extra rounds will be played; 3 rounds as Terrorists and 3 rounds as Counter-Terrorists. First team to win 4 rounds wins the map. [Repeat if necessary]. Extra rounds restart money: $10,000.

The maps that the team will play on will be randomly selected except for the final match. In the final match, Maps will be determined in a snake elimination draft as follows: Team B BANS, Team A BANS, Team B PICKS, Team A PICKS, Team B BANS, Team A PICKS. The teams can pick from the following maps: (a) Dust2, (b) Inferno, (c) Mirage, (d) Train, (e) Vertigo, (f) Nuke, (g) Overpass

Alpha College Interschool Esports 2020

Alpha College Interschool Esports 2020

Merely a month ago, Alpha College took its first steps towards competitive gaming with their inter-house Esports competition. Now like they say, Esports is a drug that has you asking for more just one sip in. Alpha’s Wolves too, seeing the potential, were instantly hungry for more. As usual, Pakistan Cyber Gaming was more than ready to lift the game. This time, we took it up a notch with Alpha College Interschool Esports tournament 2020. Teams from high schools and colleges all over Karachi came to take part in this first-of-its kind inter-school tournament.

The tournament featured PUBG mobile, FIFA 20, and Tekken 7. Starting off with PUBG mobile, Team Bablu X had the competition by the scruff of the neck. Being the tournament favorites from the very start, they single-handedly took it home followed by runners-up Team Slytherin from Cedar College. In FIFA 20, it was a deja vu moment as both the finalists were the same as Alpha’s inter-house finalists. Hayyan and Yousuf Aslam from Alpha topped their groups and eliminated all other competition in the knockouts to face each other once again in a final which was won by Hayyan. You can also watch this final below:

https://www.facebook.com/c5147a54-74d2-4cbc-925b-540cea0cee82

In Tekken 7, the rest of the players got kind of nervous when Ahsan Idrees showed up with his own custom arcade stick. He soon began to prove that they were right to worry as he took out some of the tournament winners one after the other and eventually went on to beat Umer Butt in the finals and take the trophy. You can also view the final match of Tekken below:

https://www.facebook.com/cbc65d21-1759-4d70-ae85-763cf4af8fec

We’d like to end this with a thank you note to the Alpha College management and student council for recognizing the global Esports phenomenon and giving an opportunity to students to show that they excel and more things than just studying. Hope is that other colleges and institutes will soon follow suit to make the rise of Esports inevitable.

 

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