Mind Sports South Africa is the largest membership based gaming organisation in South Africa, and is also the official controlling body for Board games, Card games, Esports, Robotics, and Wargames.
- Being part of a community where your club has a real say in how things are done
- Being able to apply for National Lottery Funding – MSSA member clubs can apply for up to R800,000.00 in funding,
- Being able to get assistance from your local government,
- Experience increased media exposure of your events and your gamers,
- Become part of the international community through the MSSA Registered players are able to become internationally recognised umpires, etc.,
- Being able to put your club's news up on MSSA's blog,
- Enable your gamers to take part in MSSA events, which may qualify them for colours, overseas trips, and even sports bursaries at university.
- Gather the people together that want to form the club. Please note that there needs to be at least three members, and
- Hold a meeting at which you agree to start a club, and at which meeting you agree to the Constitution as well as who are the elected office-bearers of the club (all such decisions must be by consensus), and
- Write up the minutes of your inaugural meeting, and
- Send in the club’s Constitution and Application Form for Affiliation to the MSSA.
Fee note for the 2019/2020 year
|Affiliation fees per club||R104.00 per annum|
|Registration fees:||Registered with MSSA|
Players who are members of school clubs
|R110.00 per player|
R10.00 per player
Every club must have a Constitution