Thursday 19 December 2019

MSSA's 2019 Management Board Awards.

Dr. Janine Brandt (MSSA) who gave her expert opinion at IESF's 4th Global Esports Executive Summit - Busan.
Back in 2009, Mind Sport South Africa (MSSA) initiated its Management Board Awards which takes into review the period 1 October to 30 September of each year.

The Awards were designed to recognise the contribution made by those who gave selflessly, and/or made an impact, to the promotion of the various types of gaming under the jurisdiction of MSSA.

The list is a veritable 'who's-who' in South African gaming.

All recipients have shown themselves to be of the highest standard and are a credit to South Africa. MSSA is proud that each and every one of the recipients is part of the official community which strives to make a real difference in the lives of all participants. MSSA sees gaming as more than participation, more than a business. Gaming is a way of life, it is a way that participants may reach their full personal potential, it is a  way that the individual can achieve all that they can. 

Mind Sports South Africa (MSSA) shall thus always fondly remember the winners and the incredible contribution that they made towards gaming.

The Management Board has agreed to award the following:

MSSA's 2019 Management Board Awards.
Mind Sports Person of the Year:Dr. Janine BrandtValhalla
Board Gamer of the Year:Saudah BhaimiaCurro Klerksdorp
Computer Gamer of the Year:Terrance BroombergCurro Aurora
Wargamer of the Year:Angellah SulamoyoOld Edwardian Mind Sports Club
Team of the YearZAG PaladinsZAG Academy
Volunteer of the Year:Christiaan BotesHelpmekaar Kollege
Umpire of the YearJohan van BredaZAG Academy
Coach of the YearJessie JoubertZAG Academy
Educator of the YearGary BliedenCurro Aurora
Mind Sports Writer of the Year:Jermain CraigSaturday Star
Social Media Person of the YearRiaan VreyMonument Park High School
Best Sponsor of the Year:TULUNTULU

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