Monday, 18 February 2019

Empangeni heads yet another ranking.

Empangeni High school (pictured above) is a beacon in the esports world.
Under the direction of Educator Frans Cronje, Esports as sport  at  Empngeni is flourishing.

The school has racked up title after title, with learners from Empangeni having received provincial colours and titles in a number of esports titles.

After MSSA's 9th Online School Championships, the school managed to take the honours in the Street Fighter V title amid stiff competitition.

However, yet another title sees a learner from Empangeni High School at the helm.

The popular FIFA '9 esports title now sees Sebastian Nyaka ranked in the number one spot having eclipsed all his opponents.

Sebastian Nyaka has thus set himself up to be the person to beat in the FIFA '19 esports title in High Schools, and only time will  tell if he is able to hold on to his paramount position.

The rankings fot the FIFA '19 esports title for High Schools is:

PosName of PlayeryearClubPoints
1Sebastian Nyaka19Empangeni High School155.2
2Jonas Lorse19Oakhill School151.8
3Kyle Marry19Empangeni High School138.2
4Nkanyiso Masinga19Empangeni High School130.1
5Ryan Nyamucherera19Northcliff High School127.2
6Sanele Khanyile19Empangeni High School121.3
7Sash Sunkar19Oakhill School116.9
8Sihe Hlotshwayo19Empangeni High School113.5
9Jodie-Ray Motala18Empangeni High School110.2
10Matimu Ndlovu19Hyde Park High109.7
11Blake Govender18Oakhill School107.3
12Francois Viljoen18Oakhill School107.3
13Gareth v Straten17HTS Witbank107.3
14Irfaan Sabat18Empangeni High School107.3
15Jarius Naidoo18Northcliff High School107.3
16Joshua Williams18Northcliff High School107.3
17Koketso Lekganyane18Northcliff High School107.3
18Kristian Volek17Northcliff High School107.3
19Matt Jenkin18Oakhill School107.3
20Mikhyle Naidoo18Northcliff High School107.3
21Motlatso Ramusi18Northwood Boys107.3
22Phathu Motsi18Northcliff High School107.3
23Sean Sithole17HTS Witbank107.3
24Sicelo Mahaye17HTS Witbank107.3
25Siyabonga Biyela18Empangeni High School107.3
26Siyanda Nyaka18Empangeni High School107.3
27Tayla Allman18Northcliff High School107.3
28Yorke Soni18Northcliff High School107.3
29Zamani Magagula17HTS Witbank107.3
30Irfaan Sabat19Empangeni High School106.4
31Siyabonga Biyela19Empangeni High School105.4
32Jeremiah Banda18Northwood Boys105
33Umar Onafuwa18Curro Klerksdorp105
34Kopano Maseko18Curro Klerksdorp104.7
35Ryan Nyamucherera18Northcliff High School104.5
36Allen Magagula17HTS Witbank104
37Sibabalo Kalani18Oakhill School103.5
38Bongi Ndlovu18Oakhill School101.9
39Andy Zoundokpe18Hoërskool Warmbad100
40Raken Belayet18Curro Klerksdorp100
41Siyathokoza Maphumulo18Empangeni High School100
42Mthokozisi Sibanyoni17HTS Witbank99.3
43Anopa Manyengavana19Northcliff High School97.5
44Bux Imtiyaaz18Hoërskool Warmbad95
45Kembo Arfaro18Curro Klerksdorp95
46Nicholis Chihanga18Curro Klerksdorp95
47Unathi Magekiso18Northwood Boys95
48Wandile Khumalo18Northcliff High School95
49Zuko Nomaqhiza18Curro Klerksdorp95
50Aphiwe Mthembu18Empangeni High School92.7
51Wandile Khumalo19Northcliff High School90.3
52Neo Nkabela17HTS Witbank90

Other official rankings produced by MSSA are as follows:
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Saturday, 16 February 2019

The juggernaut that is Paul Roos Gimnasium.

Paul Roos Gimnasium's team 'PRG LOL B' consisting of (not in order) Gerald Gous, Christian Hamman, William Jardine, Adrian Crous, and Corne Calitz.
The points earned in Mind Sports South Africa's rankings are based on the ELO system. The Elo rating system is a method for calculating the relative skill levels of players in zero-sum games. It is named after its creator Arpad Elo, a Hungarian-American physics professor, and will over time show the skill levels of the teams and players.

At the end of 2018 the first three positions were held by (in order), Empangeni High School, Curro Grantleigh, and Northcliff High School, with Paul Roos Gimnasium not even being ranked.

However, after MSSA's 9th Online Schools' Provincial Championships, Paul Roos Gimnasium made a spectacular entry.

Moving from unseeded, Paul Roos Gimnasium now have a team ranked in 1st and 4th positions. Northcliff High School climbed one spot to now be ranked 2nd, while Curro Grantleigh managed to remain in the top three.

With the year just having started, it will be interesting to see if Paul Roos Gimnasium can hold onto its position, or will yield to the 'Old Guard' who are determined to hold onto their positions of authority.

The current rankings for the High School League of Legends esports rankings are as follows:

PosName of PlayeryearClubPoints
1PRG LOL B19Paul Roos Gimnasium188.2
2Pr0NHS19Northcliff High School165.4
3Team GLC19Curro Grantleigh163
4PRG LOL A19Paul Roos Gimnasium155.9
5GHS LoL18Grey High School121.2
6Fuga Dracones17Hoërskool Wonderboom121.2
7Virtual Desire Gaming17Hoërskool Wonderboom121.2
8Northwood LOL17Northwood High121.2
9HSP Legends18Parys High School121.2
10KES I18King Edward VII121.2
11Eternals18Paul Roos Gimnasium121.2
12Jeppe League 118Jeppe High School for Boys121.2
13SBC18St Benedict's College121.2
14ReydarisX18Hoërskool Wonderboom117.2
15Westerford High School18Westerford High School112.5
164 Dwarfs and a Giant17Hoërskool Wonderboom105.7
17The Lunar Squad19Empangeni High103.4
18Underwater Squad17Hoërskool Wonderboom100
19Northwood Boys18Northwood Boys100
20GWH LoL17Glenwood House97.5
21Old School Retro Arcade18Potchefstroom Gimnasium97.5
22DBK19Fairmont High School96.1
24Empangeni High School 218Empangeni High School90
25KES II18King Edward VII86
26RBHS LOL17Rondebosch Boys76.7
27Hoërskool Warmbad18Hoërskool Warmbad58.8

Other official rankings produced by MSSA are as follows:
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