|A player from Pretoria Boys in action at MSSA's 2015 S A National Championships|
Apparently Miles stated that, “Our real issue is that we are not engaging with the up and coming black market. There is this massive group of people who own the newest consoles but spend their time playing select games like FIFA, NBA, Need for Speed and Call of Duty.”
While the MSSA would put it a little differently, it seems as though Miles Regenass and MSSA are both on the same page in terms of development.
Mind Sports South Africa (MSSA) has been plugging away for year to further broaden the base of eSports, and as such has come under fire by many gamers who do not fully understand the importance of development.
Thus MSSA has an school development policy in order to promote gaming among all learners.
Not only that, but 40% of MSSA's national eSports teams currently consist of players from the previously disadvantaged community.
It is truly great to have industry realise the importance of transformation.