International Esports Federation (IeSF) has recently sent out their rankings of federations in terms of good governance and administration.
According to such rankings, South Africa's MSSA is now ranked third in the world.
MSSA's President, Amanda Pakade, is satisfied with the ranking. The ranking shows both MSSA's competitiveness within the international community, as well as its ability to deliver at home.
MSSA is competitive in everything that it does. From development of clubs and championships, and its athletes through to the the hosting of events, selection of teams and even its own administration.
Amanda Pakade is hopeful that MSSA will climb back into its number one spot. With IESF now having 56 member national federations, it is harder every year for MSSA to keep its position of pre-eminence.
Of course it does depend on every elected office-bearer doing their part.
The top ten countries are: