Mind Sports South Africa is the largest membership based gaming organisation in South Africa, and is also the official controlling body for Board games, Card games, Esports, Robotics, and historical figure games (or Wargames).
- Being part of a community where your club has a real say in how things are done
- Being able to apply for National Lottery Funding – MSSA member clubs can apply for up to R500,000.00 in funding,
- Being able to get assistance from your local government,
- Experience increased media exposure of your events and your gamers,
- Become part of the international community through the MSSA Registered players are able to become internationally recognised umpires, etc.,
- Being able to put your club's news up on MSSA's blog,
- Enable your gamers to take part in MSSA events, which may qualify them for colours, overseas trips, and even sports bursaries at university.
- Gather the people together that want to form the club. Please note that there needs to be at least three members, and
- Hold a meeting at which you agree to start a club, and at which meeting you agree to the Constitution as well as who are the elected office-bearers of the club (all such decisions must be by consensus), and
- Write up the minutes of your inaugural meeting, and
- Send in the club’s Constitution and Application Form for Affiliation to the MSSA.
MSSA’s General Regulations
MSSA’s Discipline Specific Regulations
|Affiliation fees per club||R100.00 per annum|
|Registration fees:||Registered with MSSA|
Players who are members of school clubs
|R101.00 per player|
R 6.00 per player
Player Registration Form