Monday, 2 April 2018

Tekken 7 rankings for female gamers.

Yu-Hsien Lin (North West University - Vaal) on the  move  u.pwards

The growth of the number of females is fundamental to the growth of esports in South Africa.

Nothing can  be more pleasing, to see the continual improvement of the standard of play.


With International Esports Federation (IESF) having announced that the esports title Tekken 7 is going to be played at its 10th World Championships in Kaohsiung City, Registered Players will no doubt be honing their skills in order to see just who will make the team.

With Yu-Hsien Lin and Charlize Seremak having had a stellar year, both are in line for National Team Trials (NTT).

MSSA's Protea 
Tekken 7 players have established them as tough international players and are instrumental in South Africa currently being ranked 12th in the world.


It will be more than interesting to see who is selected for the 2018 Protea Tekken 7 Esports Team.


The full rankings are:


PosName of PlayeryearClubPoints
1Yu-Hsien Lin17North West University - Vaal172.8
2Charlize Seremak17HTS Sasolburg147.4
3Kaitlyn Creighton17Master of Mind Sports125.9
4Sune van de Merwe17HTS Witbank122.6
5Leoné Loftus18Fakkel School of Skills116.2
6Angelique Taljaard17HTS Witbank114.4
7Doreen Els17Teutonic Knights Mind Sports Club114.4
8Morizané Boyes17BNKR114.4
9Nadine Swart17HTS Witbank114.4
10Paula Loftus17Masters of Mind Sports114.4
11Robyn Gertzen17Teutonic Knights Mind Sports Club114.4
12Kristen Cockeran18Fakkel School of Skills105.3
13Simoné Otto17Tom Naudé95
14Natalie Swanepoel18Fakkel School of Skills95

Other official rankings produced by MSSA are as follows:

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