|Members are all gearing up for IESF's 11th Esports World Championships.
IEF’s World Championship’s started in 2009, and since then, IESF has hosted such esports World Championship every year. With IESF being a signatory of World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) in 2013, IESF has been operating doping control for every such championships.
Mind Sports South Africa (MSSA) has been part of such World Championships since the inception of such. Such participation has benefitted the lives of all who have attended as members of South Africa's official Protea Esports Team.
All the South African athletes that have officially represented South Africa have done so with pride and honour.
Dec 11th, Wed
· Official Fly-in
Incheon Airport-Official Hotel
· Group Drawing
Dec 12th, Thurs
· Opening Ceremony
· 1st Game Day
Dec 13th, Fri
· 2nd Game Day
· General Meeting
Shilla Stay Seocho
Dec 14th, Sat
· 3rd Game Day
· Closing Ceremony
Dec 15th, Sun
· Official Fly-out
Official Hotel - Incheon Airport
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