Thursday 25 February 2016

Results of 6th Online Inter-schools Championships

On 20 February 2016 MSSA held its 6th Annual Online Schools Championships.
The championships involved schools from seven provinces, and many of the top private and public schools were represented.

Every year more-and more schools affiliate to MSSA, and many predict that within the next five years, the school online league shall involve more schools than any other sport.
Players were able to participate in CounterStrike: GO, DotA 2, FIFA ’16, HearthStone, League of Legends, StarCraft II, and Tekken Tag Tournament II.
The Online Schools Championships is the breeding ground for the National Protea Teams, and the schools championships allows players to qualify for the coveted National Team Trials which are to be held on 4 June 2016.
MSSA believes that the winning teams and players will go on to rattle the cages off the older teams, and thus provide the competition needed for South African gaming to improve upon its current standards.

The results of the championships are:
Game titlepos.Team nameName of school
CounterStrike: GO1RBHS CSGO ARondebosch Boys
2flikadawisTD F Malan
3PR0NHSNorthcliff High School
DotA 21Maritzburg College AMaritzburg College
2PC DOTAParklands College
3Mr ProjectOakhill
FIFA'161Gareth van Straten (men)HTS Witbank
2Gomo Ndlozi (men)HTS Witbank
3Tristan Fisher (men)HTS Witbank
1Sune van der Merwe (women)HTS Witbank
HearthStone1Kelvin YangNorthcliff High School
2Richard VisserSt Conrad's
3Kevin PlintNorthcliff High School
League of Legends1SasolburgSasolburg High School
2SSES LOLSt Stithians
3PR0NHSNorthcliff High School
StarCraft II1Robert StoreyBishops
2Darren ClarkNorthcliff High School
3Matthew RundleNorthcliff High School
Tekken Tag Tournament II1Justin Brown (men)Northcliff High School
2Connor ChaplinNorthcliff High School
3Sean MenloNorthcliff High School
1Nadine Swart (women)HTS Witbank
2Sune van der MerweHTS Witbank

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  1. And how would another school go about joining the Interschool E-Sports Championship?

    1. MSSA runs a number on eSports events for schools both as LANs and online.

      To join, a school must:

      1. Have a club approved by the school principal, and
      2. Complete the Application for Affiliation form and submit the same to MSSA.

      For all the information that you need, please send an e-mail to: