Monday, 28 August 2017

League of Legends School rankings: Hoërskool Wonderboom still ranked as top school.


Hoërskool Wonderboom's League of Legends esports team.
With Empangeni High School's convincing victory in  MSSA's online school league, the school shot from being unranked to being the second ranked school team in the country.

It is no mean feat to move up 187.5 seeding points in only one event, and it is credit to the standard of play exhibited by the team that the team did so well.

However, even with Empangeni's rapid rise to the top,  Hoërskool Wonderboom has maintained its position as being the top ranked team in the country.


The school League of Legends rankings continue to grow from tournament to tournament. Suchh growth is testament to the willingness of schools to recognise esports and to commit bot time and resources to the sport.

Without the growth of esports at school level, it is unlikely that the standard of South African esports would ever really improve as the schools provide the sport with a strong foundation.


However, MSSA is mindful of the fact that there is still much to do at school level, and such will be a hot discussion point at its 33rd Annual General Meeting on 3 December 2017.

Mind Sports South Africa's full rankings for schools for the League of Legends esports period are:


PosName of PlayeryearClubPoints
1Fuga Dracones17Hoërskool Wonderboom364.3
2EHS LOL17Empangeni High287.5
3Virtual Desire Gaming17Hoërskool Wonderboom218.7
4Pr0NHS17Northcliff High School203.9
5Team Vapor16Sasolburg200.8
6Grey High Gaming17Grey High School183.3
7Northwood LOL17Northwood High175.5
8WBHS/LoL17Westville Boys155.7
9PRIDE16Parktown Boys109
104 Dwarfs and a Giant17Hoërskool Wonderboom105.7
11Underwater Squad17Hoërskool Wonderboom100
12SSES LOL16St Stithians99.6
13GWH LoL17Glenwood House97.5
14RBHS LOL17Rondebosch Boys76.7

Other rankings are:

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