GameBird brings you Pakistan’s biggest PC tournament of DOTA2 and CSGO

Prepare for representing your City in GameBird LAN CLAN Dota2 & CSGO competition.
The competition is organized by GameBird https://www.facebook.com/GamebirdPK/videos/446892175763155/

The tournament registration starts from 1st May and ends 10th May. The tournament goes live from 1st Ramadan with 1st stage of online qualifiers. The top 4 teams from each city group will be invited to play offline city qualifiers at our selected Gaming Zones in Lahore, Karachi and Islamabad. (Except Karachi, 8 teams will compete in city qualifiers from Khi)
The Winners of city qualifiers will compete in an offline LAN Event (Venue to disclosed soon) for the prize pool of over 500,000 PKR.

Steps to register for the tournament (DOTA2 and CSGO):

1. Go to http://bit.ly/TPKCompetition
2. Enter your team details.
3. Enter 5 Transaction ID in registration form.
4. For getting transaction ID go-to www.wallet-codes.com
5. Make 5 transactions of PKR 235 (THB50) Steam Voucher from your Telenor Sim.
6. Submit your form.
7. Wait for admin to contact you. (One week approx)

Tournament Mechanics:

– Tournament will go live from 1st Ramadan.
– 1st stage is online qualifiers and top 4 teams from each city group will be invited to play offline city qualifiers in their respective city at our selected gaming zones. (Except Karachi, 8 teams will compete in city qualifiers from Khi)
– Winners from each city i.e. Two from Khi, One from Lhr, One from Isb will be invited to an offline LAN Event (Venue to be disclosed) to compete in the Finals.(For both games DOTA2 and CSGO Separately)
Traveling and accommodation for the final participants will be sponsored.

Note: You can redeem the steam voucher purchases to make in game purchases in STEAM.

 



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