Friday, 25 January 2019

There is still time for schools to enter.

Learners from Protea Heights participating in MSSA's 2018 Online Championships.
Mind Sports South Africa (MSSA) has run its Online School Championships for eight consecutive years. That means that the 2019 edition which will be held on 9 February 2019 will be the ninth such championship.

The championship allows schools from all over the country to test their mettle against each other in an official championship that has the following benefits:
  • Enable learners to earn High School Provincial Colours, and
  • Qualify for selection for the National Squad, and
  • Earn medals.
It is therefore not surprising that MSSA's School Online Championships has become South Africa's largest official online championship. It is an event that lasts from 10H00 until 18H00 and has proved itself to be a most enjoyable event.

The titles to be played at such event are:

High School
#TitlePlatformPlayers
1CS GOPC,5 v 5
2Fortnite – Battle RoyalPC/console4 v 4
3PaladinsPC5 v 5
4FIFA ‘19Console - PS41 v 1
5PES 2019Mobile1 v 1
6Dota 2PC5 v 5
7League of LegendsPC5 v 5
8Clash RoyaleMobile1 v 1
9VainGloryTablet/cell3 v 3
10Street Fighter VConsole1 v 1

Details are as follows:

Eligibility: Any player/team who is a Registered Player affiliated to a school affiliated to MSSA may enter through such school club.
Entry fee: Entry is R34.00 per Registered Player.

Entry date: Entries need to be submitted by no later than Monday, 4 February 2019.

Registration:To register, the Educator-in-charge must complete the Google Drive document.

Age restrictions: Educators must ensure that their teams/players are compliant with South Africa's age restrictions per game title.

When and Where:
  • 9 February 2019
  • The first round will start at 10H00. Players shall be given 60 minutes to complete each round. 
  • Players must all be on-line at 9H00.
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