PPG Meetup 2019
We hosted our first ever meetup in the bustling city of Lahore. It was a modest beginning but our community was ever strong even at that stage as dozens of people turned up at the venue and we did find the experience overwhelming but it felt right at home.
PPG Meetup 2019
PPG has always called Lahore home, but we finally decided to reach the real Pakistan: Karachi. People kept showing up to the event, and just when we thought the crowd was about to thin out, another wave of people flooded in, proving that the city of lights was true to its name. Although we had low expectations, we had high hopes for our second meeting. It goes without saying that the reception exceeded our expectations
2020 CSGO tournament
The year 2020 was difficult for everyone around the world, and we understood that our community could help those in need. As a result, we held our inaugural charity tournament, with half of the proceeds going straight to individuals in need during the pandemic that ravaged families across the country. Given the restrictions, we had to organize the competition online, but it was nevertheless a huge success, with a prize pool of Rs. 150,000 of which we gave half to the charity.
PPG – Battle of the champions 2021
Within the Pakistani Tekken 7 community, Tekken 7: Battle of the Champions is the talk of the town. We hold our renowned competition every year in Lahore, Pakistan, drawing competitors from all around the country to test their skills against the finest of the best. To guarantee the authenticity, the event is covered by qualified casters from the Tekken scene. The reward fund grows significantly as time goes on; the most recent competition has a prize pool of Rs. 500,000. Additionally, the well-known Arsalan Ash has competed in and won every battle of the champions competition to date.
PPG X VGN Games 2022
We staged our biggest gaming event to date in association with VGN Games. The Vietnamese developers desired a gathering where they could interact with locals and learn more about them. We obviously succeeded in delivering. We expected a few dozen people to attend the event at the Karachi location, GamingHub, but nearly 300 individuals showed up. It wasn’t just a basic meet and greet though; we held a small CS:GO tournament, with pricey prizes for the winners. In addition, we freely distributed goods valued at Rs. 150,000 to our community members. Every single participant had access to the free gaming sessions we provide during the whole event. At the end, everyone was sent home with a warm box of Biryani to top of the day.