Friday 26 January 2018

How does a school join up for MSSA's On-line Inter-School Provincial Championships?

Nadine Swart - the female 2017 Tekken 7 champion.
Recently I wrote that MSSA's 8th Online Inter-School Provincial Championships is to be held on 10 February 2018.

There is no doubt that MSSA's Online Inter-School Championships is the fastest growing esports championship since it was started a mere six (8) years ago.

Who will ever forget the inaugural meeting where Dorian Love (Roedean), Pam Raper (Randburg High), Noelene du Toit (Northcliff High), and Shevon Ronne (St Peters) met with MSSA officials and the then sponsors (ASUS).

It was such meeting at which solid foundations were laid.

Over the years the rules have been tweaked to make MSSA's On-line Inter-School Provincial Championships more-and-more accessible.

The proof is in the pudding as the number of school clubs is growing almost at an exponential rate.

The schools that formed  the foundation now find themselves under continual attack from new schools that assault them at every turn.

The new schools have no care of the 'Old Guard' and are adept at turning out new talent.

There probably isn't a championship anywhere in the world that is as competitive as MSSA's online inter-school championship.

Even though such championship requires a huge amount of work and dedication, it is easy-as-pie to join.

All a school needs to do is affiliate. To affiliate, the school club needs to have approval from the Principal as the club shall be playing under the school's colours which are the school's intellectual property.

The school club has to pay the annual affiliation fee of R100.00 as well  as the annual registration fee of R6.00 per player per annum.

It is that easy and that cheap.

MSSA expects, based on previous year's figures, that there will be well over 80 schools participating in such championship in 2018.

Don't miss out!

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