|Scenes from MSSA's 2018 KwaZulu Natal Championships.|
Many of South Africa's top players who have represented South African Protea teams in international competition have taken advantage of the early championships in order to qualify for selection so that in the later championships the Registered Players can hone their skills to even higher levels. The general consensus is that in order for a Registered Player to do well in international competition, such player should play at least 30 games in provincial or national championships within a season.
MSSA is proud of its reputation of promoting youth in its national teams, and as a result, most of MSSA's teams that have represented South Africa have had a component of players that were learners who were still in High School.
Thus it should be noted that such KwaZulu Natal Championships not only counts towards players earning Provincial Colours, but also counts towards MSSA's selection process.
All gamers are reminded that MSSA'sKwaZulu Natal Championships are an open championship. In other words any registered player, who is currently a registered learner, is entitled to enter the championship – no matter where they live.
For additional information, please contact MSSA at firstname.lastname@example.org
Details are as follows:
- Board gaming: https://esportscommentator.blogspot.com/2019/07/board-gaming-mssas-25th-kwazulu-natal.html
- Esports: https://esportscommentator.blogspot.com/2019/07/esports-mssas-25th-kwazulu-natal.html
- Wargaming: https://esportscommentator.blogspot.com/2019/07/wargames-mssas-25th-kwazulu-natal.html
- Curro Hillcrest, cnr Inanda Road & JF Bailes Drive, Hillcrest, 3610, KwaZulu Natal
- Entry date: 17 July 2019.
- 27 & 28 July 2019
The entry form can be found on https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1_ERR6815uVjSMu4t5KkRxYqGJ_AA88kkz31qRgksASc/edit#gid=287696184. The entry form must be downloaded completed and e-mailed to email@example.com