|Playing at club level develops players.|
However, a player should not only play in the above, but also participate in as many club championships as possible.
Club championships form the basis of all championships. It is at club championships that players are able to practice new tactics and strategies without putting their rankings and ladder positions at risk.
Also players are able to gain much needed competition practice.
Many top international players, including a three times World Champion, are of the opinion that for players to do well at any international championships, the team and/or individual should have played no less than fifty (50) competition games. That is of course in addition to the hours of coaching, and other preparation, that a top-of-the-line competitor needs to do.
Clubs also use their own championships to solidify their member base by delivering to those who are already members as well as by attracting new members.
Thus, those clubs that put on their own championships are way ahead of the curve, as it is those clubs that will have the staying-power to survive from year-to-year.
- Esports titles selected for all MSSA's School Championships.
- Esports titles selected for all MSSA's Student championships.
- 2020 Calendar of Events
- The various events held by Mind Sports South Africa.
- Why schools and universities should invest in esports.
- New National Team Selection Criteria
- Selecting the national Protea teams for Mind Sports South Africa.
- MSSA's umpiring course - 25 January 2020.
- 28th OLD EDWARDIAN SUMMER CHAMPIONSHIPS - 1 & 2 February 2020
- The road to Eilat