Tuesday 31 January 2017

eSports titles to be played in official school championships.

Players at MSSA's S A Schools Championships - Parklands College, Cape Town.
MSSA's School eSports Championships now include HearthStone and VainGlory.

HearthStone has been played at IeSF's 6th, 7th and 8th World Championships. All the South African representatives did well, and all just missed getting out of the group stages.

However, considering that IeSF's 6th World Championships was won by a 15 year-old, MSSA is firmly of the opinion that South Africa too could have a suitably talented individual lurking in the South African school

2017 also be the first time that VainGlory shall be played as an official title in South Africa.

The first event for Schools is the Online Inter-School Provincial Championships which shall be played on 11 February 2016.

Any affiliated school may play in the 
Online Inter-School Provincial Championships and such event counts towards Provincial Colours as well as qualifying for National Team Trials. The same National Team Trials shall be used to select the Protea eSports Team that shall attend IeSF's 9th World Championships.

The titles to be played at all school events are:

AOSDota 2PC5 v 5
League of LegendsPC5 v 5
VainGloryTablet/cell3 v 3
CardHearthStoneMulti1 v 1
FightingTekken Tag Tournament 2Console1 v 1
RTSStarCraft IIPC1 v 1
SportFIFA '17Console1 v 1

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