Monday, 19 February 2018

Hard work pays off for Empangeni High School.


Empangeni High School entered MSSA's competitions for  the first time in 2017, and under the astute leadership of Francois Cronje the school has gone from strength-to-strength.

Empangeni High School managed to fight its way to become the second ranked League of Legends school esports period in 2017.

And so it seems that in 2018. Empangeni High School is determined to build on its successes by taking an early lead in the 'schools' rankings.

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


PosName of PlayeryearClubPoints
1EHS LOL18Empangeni High215.1
2Toxic Monkeys18Westville Boys209.4
3Pr0NHS18Northcliff High School201
4GHS LoL18Grey High School181
5Fuga Dracones17Hoërskool Wonderboom175.5
6Virtual Desire Gaming17Hoërskool Wonderboom175.5
7Team Vapor16Sasolburg175.5
8Northwood LOL17Northwood High175.5
9WBHS/LoL17Westville Boys155.7
10HSP Legends18Parys High School152.9
11Jeppe League 118Jeppe High School for Boys140.2
12Static Revolution18Westville Boys135.1
13SBC18St Benedict's College121.2
14ReydarisX18Hoërskool Wonderboom117.2
15PRIDE16Parktown Boys109
164 Dwarfs and a Giant17Hoërskool Wonderboom105.7
17Underwater Squad17Hoërskool Wonderboom100
18Northwood Boys18Northwood Boys100
19SSES LOL16St Stithians99.6
20GWH LoL17Glenwood House97.5
21MiricleWhipp18Helpmekaar92.1
22Empangeni High School 218Empangeni High School90
23RBHS LOL17Rondebosch Boys76.7
24Team GLC18Grantleigh75

Other official rankings produced by MSSA are as follows:

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