The Sri Lanka Esports Association has been making great strides in pushing Electronic Sports forward in Sri Lanka. Esports was recognised as an official sport in 2019 and SLESA, as the governing body for the sport, has been putting together a roadmap for taking the sport to #1 in the region.

With this goal in mind, SLESA held its Annual General Meeting on the 30th of January 2021 where the members elected the Executive Committee for the years 2021/22. The committee consists of representation from some of the most senior organisations and competitive clans in Sri Lanka, coming together to take Esports in the country forward. The Executive Committee was voted in by 9 voting members and observed by 3 non-voting members.

Raveen Wijayatilake


CEO of Gamer.LK and founding President of the Sri Lanka Esports Association. Raveen has 14 years of experience in building the Esports movement in Sri Lanka, and has taken Sri Lankan Esports global through his company InGame Entertainment PVT LTD.

Malinda Jayasekera

Vice President

Involved in Esports since 2008, Malinda is an IT professional who was a leading Esports athlete before making his way to the management and organisation of Esports activities through Gamer.LK. He played a pivotal role in the establishment of the Association and its function and has served previously as the elected Secretary.

Ramesh Liyanage


A passionate tech enthusiast by nature with experience in the IT and Esports industry from 2007. Director of InGame Entertainment (Gamer.LK) – the pioneer Sri Lankan Esports company which brings world-class Esports experiences to gamers in Sri Lanka as well as the South Asian region.

Safwan Mansoor

Assistant Secretary

Director of Phoenix GaminG, Director of CeeBee Global Ventures, Founder/Director of TecRoot and Former Media Secretary of Sri Lanka Esports Association. Apart from being an Entrepreneur and an ERP/Business System Consultant, Safwan has more than 10 years of experience in the field of Esports. He has been an Esport Athlete, won few national awards, represented Sri Lanka as a Coach and contributed towards building Esports in the country.

Vikum Jayasekera


An Esports entrepreneur with 13 years of experience in the Esports ecosystem. Passionate in making Esports the #1 sport in Sri Lanka. A director of InGame Entertainment PVT LTD – a Esports company based in Sri Lanka. Elected treasurer for the Sri Lanka Esports Association several times previously.

Prageeth Savinda

Media Secretary

An experienced leader & key figure in Sri Lankan Esports, and a Computer Engineering Undergraduate at the University of Peradeniya. Prageeth directs Esports in Sri Lanka through Noob Alliance, one of the top Esports organisations in the country that is currently making its mark in South Asia.

Shihan Morais

Assistant Media Secretary

An experienced eCommerce professional in the fields of Marketing and e-Business and for Esports from 2008. Managing Director for Maximum Esports one of the leading Esports organisations in Sri Lanka.

Isuru Herath

Clan Committee Chairperson

Isuru has been an Esports athlete since 2008 and has won several major gaming titles in Sri Lanka. Over his tenure he has captained his team to many title wins and went on to represent Sri Lanka in International tournaments. Currently, he operates as the administrator of a leading gaming organisation in Sri Lanka named Tech Morph.

Dinuka Rathnayake

Disciplinary Committee Chairperson

Over a decade of experience in the Esports industry with a wide range of skills and roles that has been demonstrated through the strong industry relationships he has built over the years. He has supported SLESA and its initiatives since its inception and is currently working towards forging a new foundation for Esports in the Middle East.

Along with the Executive Committee, Dinuka Rathnayake was appointed as an independent member leading the Disciplinary Committee.

“I’d like to thank the members, Sri Lanka’s Esports clans and the community  for once again placing their confidence in me to lead the Sri Lanka Esports Association. WIth Esports being one of the fastest growing sports in Sri Lanka today, I’m glad the senior stakeholders have come together in the form of this diverse Executive Committee to establish a strong base from which Sri Lankan Esports can transform into a global force. Our goal is to take Sri Lankan Esports to #1 in the next 5 years.”

Raveen Wijayatilake

President, Sri Lanka Esports Association

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