Tuesday, 24 April 2018

Baber Abbas wins MSSA's Tekken 7 Online Provincial Championships.

Baber Abbas (in the foreground) in action.
Mind Sports South Africa (MSSA) has sent esports athletes for the Tekken esports title to four (4) IESF World Championships. The championships to which MSSA had sent esports athletes to officially represent South Africa were held in Cheonan (2012),  Bucharest (2013), Baku (2014) and Busan (2017).

In all such world championships, South Africa did well, and it could be argued that it is in the esports title of Tekken that South Africa has the best chance of earning a medal.

Thus the standard of Tekken as played in South Africa is of a particularly high standard. 


Nevertheless, Baber powered his way through his opposition to win with a perfect score. As a result thereof, Baber has once again earned provincial colours and a place at MSSA's National Team Trials to be held on 2 & 3 June 2018.

The results of the top three players in the Tekken 7 esports title are:


Premier:
Pos Name of team Club Points
1 Baber Abbass Knights Mind Sports Club 15
2 Austin (Sphaget) Carlous Cape Town Mind Sports Club 12
3 Moorcraft Richard Cape Town Mind Sports Club 9

High School:

Pos Name of team Club Points Tie-break
1 Halgreen Ian Empangeni High School 6 34
2 Nzimande Unathi Empangeni High School 6 10
3 Sekele Komape HTS Tom Naude 3

Other results of MSSA's Online Championships may be viewed at:

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