|All of them, winners!|
Although the championships back then only concentrated on board games and wargames, the championships has over the years also been broadened to include eSports.
It has over the years, been a great source of unearthing the talent that has driven many of the senior national teams.
Many top gamers at school level have been enlisted into National Team duty – and have done very well!
One only has to remember players like Vincent Lane (St John's College), Andre Tonkin (Krugersdorp High), David Webster (Sandringham High), Dominic Bauer (Eden College), Conradie van Heerden (DF Malan), Jason Batzofin (St John's College), Elishia Retief (Hoerskool Linden), and Gabriella Isaacs (SAHETI).
All of the above have performed at the highest levels both here and abroad, and all of whom have done South Africa proud – very proud indeed!
The championship also counts as the MSSA's National Team Trials for MSSA Junior Protea Teams.
Registrations will close on the 10 July 2016.
All gamers are reminded that the South African National Championships is an open championship. In other words any registered player is entitled to enter the championship – no matter where they live, or their category of membership. If you have any queries, please contact the MSSA.
Hosting Club: Parklands College, Cape Town
Venue: Parklands College, Cape Town
Date: 30 & 31 July 2016
Game Entry Fees: FREE
Entries: Clubs must use the entry form on Google Drive to enter their players.
Food & refreshments: Highly reasonable prices
Computers: Bring your own. Please ensure that all game updates are done prior to arrival. No updates shall be done at the event.
Schedule: As below.
eSports titles to be played at 2016 School LAN National Championships
|Saturday||StarCraft II||League of Legends||HearthStone||Tekken Tag Tournament II|
|Sunday||Sunday||CounterStrike: GO||FIFA '16||DotA 2|
|Saturday||Ancients - DBM 3.2|
|Sunday||Ancients - DBM 3.2|
Games begin at 9H00 on both days and shall end at 18H00.