Tuesday, 9 July 2019

Empangeni High School's Unathi Nsimande is the hot favourite.

Unathi Nsimande (Empaneni High School) - head-and-shoulders above the competition.
With StreetFighter V carrying a purse of a R30,000.00 bursary in the NWU MSSA School Online League, learners are gearing up around the country to see just who is going to win gold - and the bursary.

However, no-one can rest on their laurels in the cut-throat esports title of 'StreetFighter V'.

All to often, championships such as these have unearthed huge potential and hidden skill.

Thus any of the players listed in the top ten (below) are more than able to snatch victory away from those lying in pole position and grab all the spoils for themselves.

The coming weeks will thus be of great interest to all as once the entries have closed on 15 July 2019, only then will MSSA see who s going to battle for the prize.

The top-ten ranked players according to the seeding points earned during the year for the StreetFighter V esports title are:



PosName of PlayeryearClubPoints
1Unathi Nsimande19Empangeni High School156.2
2Leone Loftus19Fakkel School of Skills143.3
3Hanke van Reede van Outshoorn19Empangeni High School139.4
4Dylan Naidoo19Northcliff High School123.5
5Rina Rene du Toit19Northcliff High School119.8
6Chloe Moodley19Empangeni High School104.5
7Cebo Xaba19Empangeni High School104.5
8Kyle Rad19Parys High School104.5
9Wernich Botha19JCS Academy110
10Connor Baron19Parys High School95

Rankings produced by MSSA are as follows:
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