Wednesday 13 February 2019

At the top.

Unathi Nsimande (Empaneni High School) - head-and-shoulders above the competition.
Having finished in tie second place with Irfaan Sabet at MSSA's Premier KwaZuluNatal Provincial Championships in 2018, Unathi Nsimande (Empaneni High School) was determined to set himself up as the leading player in the esports title of Street Fighter V.
Thus, much to Unathi's delight, Mind Sports South Africa (MSSA) introduced Street Fighter V into all its school championships for 2019. In MSSA's 9th Online Schools' Provincial Championships held on 9 february 2019, Unathi showed just how good he is. By winning against every single player against whom he played, Unathi not only took home the laurels, but also automatically qualified for KwaZulu Natal High School Provincial Colours. Unathi now too is eligible to be selected for South Africa's National Squadas long as he remains ranked in the top ten of the Ladder.

The rankings for the Street Fighter V esports title are:

PosName of PlayeryearClubPoints
1Unathi Nsimande19Empangeni High School156.2
2Hanke van Reede van Outshoorn19Empangeni High School139.4
3Dylan Naidoo19Northcliff High School119.9
4Rina Rene du Toit19Northcliff High School114.5
5Chloe Moodley19Empangeni High School104.5
6Cebo Xaba19Empangeni High School104.5
7Cleo Moodley19Empangeni High School90.3

Other official rankings produced by MSSA are as follows:
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