Friday, 6 March 2020

DotA 2 rankings

Northcliff High School's DotA team which as already taken first place in MSSA's 2020 Online Schools' Championships.
With the announcement by International Esports Federation (IESF) that DotA 2 shall be played at its 12th World Championships - Eilat - in November 2020, it is expected that there will be frantic activity in the game title as players jostle for position in order to be selected for MSSA's Protea Team.

Mind Sports South Africa (MSSA) has always submitted a full DotA team to IESF's World Championships in every single year that the DotA game title was held. 

It should be noted that all MSSA Regional, Provincial, and National Championships, as well as online championships and online leagues count towards selection to the national team.

Being selected to represent South Africa at IESF's World Championships is the highest honour that an esports athlete in South Africa can earn. Such player is awarded the much coveted Protea Colours - the same as in any other sport, and the experience of being thrust among the world's best is of legends.

The current South African rankings for the DotA esports title is as follows:



PosName of PlayeryearClubPoints
1Sp4rt4ns19SAHETI130.2
2Team Theory19Oakhill School130.2
3PRG DOTA A19Paul Roos Gymnasium130.2
4PR0NHS20Northcliff High School130.2
5Magna18Hoërskool Zwartkop130.2
6Clan Bacon18eThekwini Regionals130.2
7Schoeman18Paul Roos Gimnasium130.2
8Quantum18Curro Klerksdorp130.2
9Iron Branch18eThekwini Regionals130.2
10Conquest18Paul Roos Gimnasium128.5
11Northwood DOTA18Northwood High School127.1
12Cheeky Nandos with the Lads18eThekwini Regionals122.9
13King Edward's Guards18Old Edwardian Mind Sports100
14HSP Legends18Hoërskool Parys86.4
15Curro Roodeplaat19ZAG Academy85
16Team Cider18eThekwini Regionals80
17SJC Eagles18ST John's College75


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