Monday, 5 March 2018

Gawie Fick heads the rankings in the Hearthstone esports title.

Gawie Fick (Fakkel School of Skills) at MSSA's 36th Gauteng Provincial Championships.

MSSA's 36th Gauteng Provincial Championships held at Northcliff High School on 24 February 2018 witnessed Gawie Fick move up from being ranked second in the rankings to take the top position.


Having finished in first place at MSSA's 36th Gauteng Provincial Championships, Gawie Fick managed to earn enough seeding points to edge himself into first place.

Thus in order to remain at the top of the rankings, it is evident that Registered Players need to participate in as many MSSA events as possible.

The full list of rankings for the Hearthstone esports title are as follows:

PosName of PlayeryearClubPoints
1Gawie Fick18Fakkel School of Skills167.8
2Kaira Gabrielle Pinard17Valhalla155.1
3Beon Bronkhorst17JCS Academy139
4Cobus van der Wath18Fakkel School of Skills129.9
5Pieter Lourens17HGH Witbank121.8
6Wynand Meiring17BNKR121.5
7Kelvin Yang16Northcliff High School120
8Aaron Mulligan17Maritzburg College120
9Adele Janse Van Rensburg17GenerationX114.1
10Orlando Crossling18Northcliff High School113.6
11Connar Swart16Parklands College112.8
12Chay Barthus16Maritzburg College112.8
13Dylan Hanger16Northcliff High School105
14George Griffiths17HTS Witbank104.5
15Durandt van Dyk17JCS Academy104.5
16Alexander Westley17Maritzburg College104.5
17Edgar Barnes17BNKR104.5
18Sanele Mntungwa16Maritzburg College102.6
19Linda Swanepoel18Fakkel School of Skills100
20Kean de Almeida18Northcliff High School99.7
21Kevin Plint18Northcliff High School95.2
22Kit Rawlings16Northcliff High School95
23Eugene Pieterse17Generation X95
24James Griffiths17HTS Witbank90.3
25James Griffiths17HTS Witbank90.3
26Lloyd Little17Maritzburg College90.3

Other official rankings produced by MSSA are as follows:

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