|Johan van Breda (ZAG Academy) once again serves as MSSA's Manager for esports.|
Mind Sports South Africa (MSSA) being the oldest national federation (having been founded in 1985) for esports in the world first selected a team to officially represent South Africa at the 2005 World Cyber Games (WCG). The team did very well with Logan Brook-Shields walking away with a second place in the mobile gaming category.
Ever since 2005, MSSA has selected a national team to officially represent South Africa each year.
Even though the COVID-19 pandemic posed a number of significant problems during 2020 and 2021, MSSA remained at the forefront of delivery to its members by continuing to host Derby, Regional, Provincial, and National Championships. Such championships all lead up to the National Team Trials at which the national squads are selected.
Regrettably MSSA was not able to selct squads for all the esports titles for which it caters due to the unwillingness of some athletes to meet all of MSSA's rules and the governments requirements apropos COVID-19 regulations.
Nevertheless, MSSA has now selected its National Squads from which MSSA shall select its official Protea Teams.
Until an athlete is awarded Protea Colours for playing in an international test or international championship, all athletes are awarded the next highest award, being National Federation Colours.
The athletes who have been selected to be in MSSA's National squad for the 2021/2022 squad are:
- Affiliation: Schools
- Affiliation: Private clubs
- Affiliation: Advantages of affiliation
- Calendar of Events: 2021
- Calendar of Events: 2022 - Proposed
- Colours: Regional Colours
- Colours:2021 South African National High School Colours - Esports
- Colours:2021 South African National Primary School Colours - Esports
- Entry Dates: All championships
- Esports titles selected: MSSA's High School Championships.
- Esports titles selected: MSSA's Student Championships
- Esports titles selected: MSSA's Premier Championships.
- Events: Eastern Cape Online Provincial Championships - 19 September 2021
- Events: Limpopo Online Provincial Championships - 26 September 2021
- Ladder: National Ladder Champions
- Notices: 2021 MSSA Management Board Awards.
- Notices: Annual General Meeting - Board positions
- Notices: Celebrating MSSA's female Protea athletes.
- Notices: Opportunities for female esports athletes.
- Notices: MSSA's new Players' Representative - Jessie Joubert (ZAG Academy
- Notices: Lenel Human makes history.
- Notices: Sahil Ebrahim of PES Society elected as MSSA's Western Cape Provincial Director.
- Notices: Derby events
- Notices: Derby events -the way forward.
- Notices: For our children's children...
- Notices: Learners may play for both private and school clubs.
- Notices: League of Legends re-instated.
- Notices: Home schooling
- Notices: Publishing your club news.
- Notices: Transfer season
- Notices: Calling all those wishing to serve as Selectors to volunteer
- Notices: The various events held by Mind Sports South Africa.
- Qualifiers: Counter-Strike: GO
- Rankings: Clash Royale
- Rankings: Counter-Strike: GO
- Rankings: Morabaraba
- Rankings: Pro Evolution Soccer (PES)
- Results: 2021 Combined Online Provincial Schools Championships
- Results: MSSA's 2021 FREE STATE Online Provincial Championships
- Results: 2021 Gauteng Online Championships
- Results: KwaZulu Natal Online Provincial Championships
- Results: MSSA's 2021 NORTH WEST Online Provincial Championships
- Results: 2021 South African Online National High School Esports Championships
- Results: Western Cape Online Provincial Championships
- Results: Derby - Old Edwardian
- Results: Derby - Old Edwardian and ZAG Academy
- Selection: 2021/2022 National Squads
- Selection: New National Team Selection Criteria
- Selection: Selecting the national Protea teams for Mind Sports South Africa.
- Sportsmanship: 2021 Sportsmanship awards to date
- Test Match results: South African Protea DotA 2 team rises triumphant.
- Test Match results: DOTA2: South Africa vs Azerbaijan
- Trailblazers: Michelle Marder