|Team GLC (Curro Grantleigh) were the victors of MSSA's 2020 Online Schools' Championships, and are now ranked second in the country.|
Thus, even though the League of Legends game title is not played at IESF's 11th World Championships in Seoul in 2019, MSSA shall still select a Protea Team which, at worst, will play in online test matches.
The competition during 2019 proved to be fiercely contested, and with the 2020 season alreeady underway, in the form of the Online School Championships, Team GLC (Curro Grantleigh) made its mark by winning the championship.
Northcliff High School also put in a good showing, and, although not winning the championship, played suitably well enough to shoot through to the top of the rankings.
However, there is not much between the top three teams, and it will be interesting to see how the year unfolds.
The current South African rankings for the League of Legends esports title is as follows:
- Selecting the national Protea teams for Mind Sports South Africa.
- The road to Eilat
- IESF announces first three titles for 12th World Championships
- Esports: MSSA's 24th Western Cape Provincial Championships - 28 and 29 March 2020.
- Board gaming: MSSA's 23rd Western Cape Championships - 23 & 24 March 2019
- Rankings: DotA 2 rankings
- Rankings: First in Battle, first in rankings. (Paladins)
- Rankings: PRO EVOLUTION SOCCER (PES) rankings
- Rankings: Tekken 7 rankings
- Video on NWU sponsorship.