Thursday, 30 August 2018

Results of MSSA's Online Inter-School League for 4 term schools.

Oakhill School's 'Team Theory' racking up another victory.
With the Mind Sports South Africa's (MSSA) annual Online Inter-School League for 4 term schools having drawn to a close, the winners are able to be announced.

The league started back in 2010 thanks to the input and support of ASUS, and since then has continued to grow in popularity.

Through playing in the official school league, learners are able to earn:

  • Medals for finishing in the first three places in the various game titles, and
  • School Provincial Colours, and
  • A berth in the 2019 MSSA National Team Trials.
The winners of the Counter-Strike: GO, DotA 2, League of Legends, StarCraft II, and VainGlory esports titles have automatically earned themselves Provincial High School Colours as  well as a place in MSSA's 2018 National Team Trials.

What is becoming more and more evident, that those schools that contribute the most to the development of esports, reap the greatest rewards.

The winners are:


TitleName of player/teamSchool Colours awarded
Counter-Strike: GOPRG BPaul Roos GimnasiumWestern Cape High School Provincial Colours
DotA 2Team TheoryOakhill SchoolWestern Cape High School Provincial Colours
FIFA '18
Blake GovenderOakhill School
Sash SunkarOakhill School
Hearthstone
Matthias DhontPaul Roos Gimnasium
Junior MoorEmpangeni High School
League of Legends The Lunar SquadEmangeni High SchoolKwaZulu Natal High School Provincial Colours
StarCraft II Riaan PretoriusHoërskool WarmbadLimpopo High School Provincial Colours
Tekken 7
Ian HalgreenEmpangeni High School
Darnell Fynn Empangeni High School
VainGloryEmpangeni HighEmpangeni High SchoolKwaZulu Natal High School Provincial Colours

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