Sunday, 8 March 2020

First in Battle, first in rankings.

Team FiB JNR remain in pole-position in the rankings.
Mind Sports South Africa (MSSA) introduced the popular esports title, Paladins, into its official line-up for Provincial and National Championships due to its low age restriction.

The competition during 2019 proved to be fiercely contested with Monument Park High School winning much of the cutlery on offer, however, team 'BOO Implode' denied Team FiB JNR the honours at MSSA's South African National Championships.
BOO Implode are ranked in second place - but for how long?


Nevertheless, 
Team FiB JNR remain in pole-position in the rankings with a commanding lead.

With the gruelling 2020 season still to get underway, it will be interesting to see if 
Team FiB JNR will be able to maintain their position.


The current South African rankings for the Paladins esports title is as follows:



PosName of TeamyearSchoolPoints
1Team FiB JNR20Monument Park High School431.6
2BOO Implode20BOO Gaming305.3
3Arcturus20Hoërskool Randburg270
4Another Bosch Boys Team19Bosch Boys182.1
5The Salty Bunch19Curro Mount Richmore182.1
6ZAG Academy19ZAG Academy182.1
7Vikings20High School Zwartkops167.5
8Oakhill20Oakhill155
9Pr0NHS20Northcliff High School137.5
10Hyde Park19Hyde Park High113.5
11Normies Paladins A19Norman Hershilwood High School106.1
12Curro Aurora Paladins19Curro Aurora100
13GINX19HS Parys90.3
14Normies Paladins B19Norman Hershilwood High School75
15Oblivion Knights20Hoërskool Klerksdorp75


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