|From out of nowhere, Aphiwe Mbata (HTS Sasolburg) won the FIFA '18 esports title.|
The event had participants from nine clubs from three provinces, and generated solid results.
The players that have finished in the top three places in the premier section have already qualified for MSSA's 2019 National Team Trials (NTT). As such, the players who have already qualified now have time to hone their skills and begin full preparations for the 2019 Team Trials.
The 15th Free State Provincial Championships has become well known for good, warm, and friendly Free State hospitality, and there is no doubt that the Free State Championships will continue to grow in both strength and stature.
The winners at MSSA's 15th Free State Provincial Championships are:
|Title||Name of player/team||Club||Colours awarded|
|Checkers (female)||Chanel De Wet||JCS Academy|
|Checkers||Samson Thinane||NWU – Vaal|
|Counterstrike: GO||Monnas ‘A’||Hoërskool Monument||Provincial Colours|
|FIFA ‘18 (female)||Leoné Loftus||Fakkel SOS|
|FIFA '18||Aphiwe Mbata||HTS Sasolburg|
|FIFA '18 (High School)||Mpho Ntsala||Fakkel SOS|
|League of Legends||HSP||Hoërskool Parys|
|Morabaraba (female)||Annelee Steyn||JCS Academy||Provincial Colours|
|Morabaraba||Joseph Matlhong||North West University - Vaal||Provincial Colours|
|PES 2018||Henry Colin||Fakkel SOS|
|Lesego Molotsi||Fakkel SOS|
|Street Fighter V||Micaela Hodgkinson||JCS Academy||Provincial Colours|
|Street Fighter V||Joost Loftus||Masters of Mind Sports|
|Leonard Loftus||Masters of Mind Sports|
|Tekken 7 (female)||Charlize Seremak||HTS Sasolburg||Provincial Colours|
|Tekken 7||Pieter Oelofse||HTS Sasolburg||Provincial Colours|
|Tekken7 (High School)||Jeremy Seremak||HTS Sasolburg|
|Sportsmanship award||Chanel De Wet||JCS Academy|