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Friday, 23 June 2017
Mind Sports South Africa (MSSA) spends many hours a week in promoting the games of which it is the custodian.
Currently MSSA is in talks with primary schools with the view of setting up clubs to cater for board games, wargames, and esports.
The underlying concept is that the primary schools will be able to create that first impression in the minds of both learners, educators and parents and will then provide the high schools with a steady stream of more exerienced players.
There is no doubt that such a system will much improve the standard of play in South Africa.
Such primary schools will also be able to load their content up on Tuluntulu which will greatly improve the visibility and attractiveness of such schools.
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