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Thursday, 14 December 2017
Jonathan 'CactuarKiDD' Brown - MSSA's Western Cape Provincial Director
Jonathan 'CactuarKiDD' Brown - MSSA's Western Cape Provincial Director.
Jonathan Brown AKA CactuarKiDD is a Cape Town based esports player and the Captain of Team PlayBell E-Sports.
Jonathan and Team PlayBell joined Mind Sports South Africa (MSSA) in early 2017, with his teams sights set on developing the Cape Town gaming community.
Jonathan and his team have set up numerous successful tournaments in Cape Town, focusing on the ever evolving fighting game community. CactuarKiDD is an avid Tekken player and supporter of the local fighting game community (FGC).
Playing competitively since 2008, CactuarKiDD has continued to not only better himself as a player, but bring out the potential powerhouse of players in Cape Town who have yet to be discovered, no matter what the discipline.
When he isn't doing system administration in the day, Jonathan continues do dive deep into the issues which are currently facing the South Africa's local gaming community and looks towards bringing out the potential in the next era of gamers in the country.
"Gaming without a community is a self explanatory problem, it cannot happen without the efforts from all fronts, whether it be organizers for tournaments or from the players themselves. Everyone has a role to play."
Jonathan looks towards making sure the Western Cape does not miss any opportunities in 2018, and will be developing players from all types of games to make sure that the Western Cape creates a strong presence in the next seasons to come.
Dates for championships in the Western Cape are: