The revised entry date means that the pairings shall only be loaded on Tuesday, 16 July 2019, and while it means that the first week will be shorter than normal, MSSA is convinced that the greater good is being served by extending such entry date.
As already reported, the Online League (NWU MSSA Online School League) offers prizes other than just the medals and provincial colours. The prizes include:
- A R30,000.00 Bursary for the winner of the StreetFighter V esports title, and
- R10,000.00 Prize money for the School for the winner of the Paladins esports title, and
- R10,000.00 Prize money for the School for the winner of the DotA 2 esports title
- Medals for finishing in the first three places in the various game titles, and
- School Provincial Colours, and
- A berth in the 2020 MSSA National Team Trials.
The titles to be played are:
- Clash Royale
- CounterStrike: GO
- DotA 2
- FIFA '19
- League of Legends
- PES mobile
- StreetFighter V