Thus, Fuga Dracones successfully held on to their position as the 2017 National School Ladder Champions.
The ladder has again shown growth and is testament to the concept that and true development starts at school level. It is such development, that will in time, provide athletes that will eventually represent South Africa at IESF's World Championships and other international competitions..
Players have represented South Africa in the League of Legends esports title at no less than four world championships, being Bucharest (2013), Seoul (2015), Jakarta (2016), and Busan (2017).
If IESF announces that League of Legends will be played at its 10th World Championships - Kaohsiung (Chinese Taipei), no doubt a South African team will also be present there.
All gamers wishing to participate in the Ladder are requested to fully acquaint themselves of the rules (https://esportscommentator.blogspot.co.za/2017/12/inter-club-ladder.html)
The full ladder is as follows: