Sunday 3 March 2019

SAHETI heads the DotA 2 ranking.

SAHETI's all-victorious DotA 2 team.
SAHETI has a rich esports history. As early as 2011, SAHETI produced a Protea Team member, Gabriela Isaacs, who is the only South African to finish in second place at a IESF World Championships.

SAHETI's DotA 2 esports team has shown great improvement this year. Having finished in second place at MSSA's 9th Onine Championships in January 2019, the team was able, through hard-work and determination, to win MSSA's 37th Gauteng Provincial Championships held on 24 February 2019 at Curro Aurora.

It will be interesting to see if the team can hold onto the lead that it has carved out for itself.

The full official rankings for the DotA 2 esports title for South Africa are:

PosName of PlayeryearClubPoints
2PR0NHS19Northcliff High School140.2
3Magna18Hoërskool Zwartkop130.2
4Clan Bacon18eThekwini Regionals130.2
5Schoeman18Paul Roos Gimnasium130.2
6Quantum18Curro Klerksdorp130.2
7WYSIWYG17Jeppe Boys High School130.2
8MC DOTA17Maritzburg College130.2
9Iron Branch18eThekwini Regionals130.2
10Conquest18Paul Roos Gimnasium128.5
11Northwood DOTA18Northwood High School127.1
12Cheeky Nandos with the Lads18eThekwini Regionals122.9
13Grey High Gaming17Grey Highschool120
15King Edward's Guards18Old Edwardian Mind Sports100
16Curro Roodeplaat19ZAG Academy100
17[PRIDE]17Parktown Boys' High School92.5
18HSP Legends18Hoërskool Parys86.4
19Team Cider18eThekwini Regionals80
20HELION17Uplands College75.5
21SJC Eagles18ST John's College75

Other official rankings produced by MSSA are as follows:
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