|Zuko Nomaqhiza (Curro Klerksdorp) has snatched the leadership of the official rankings.|
As South Africa's oldest and largest membership based organization for esports, MSSA has been consistently delivering championships for the various esports titles.
In fact, Mind Sports South Africa (MSSA) is the oldest national federation for esports in the world.
As a result, many esports athletes have earned Regional, Provincial, National, and Protea Colours for many esports titles especially for EA's FIFA efootball esports title.
Thus, even though the FIFA efootball esports title is not played at IESF's World Championships, MSSA shall still selects Protea Teams for the title, which, at worst, play in online test matches.
The competition during 2019 proved to be fiercely contested with Irvine Williams (HTS Sasolburg) ending up as the highest ranked player for 2019.
However in 2020 Zuko Nomaqhiza (Curro Klerksdorp) snatched the pole position at the Online School Championships by winning the championship. Zuko has therefore set himself up as the esports athlete to beat, and it is presumed that Zuko will maintain his winning ways.
The current South African rankings for EA's FIFA efootball esports title is as follows:
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- Esports: MSSA's 24th Western Cape Provincial Championships - 28 and 29 March 2020.
- Board gaming: MSSA's 23rd Western Cape Championships - 23 & 24 March 2019
- Rankings: Clash Royale rankings
- Rankings: DotA 2 rankings
- Rankings: First in Battle, first in rankings. (Paladins)
- Rankings: League of Legends rankings.
- Rankings: PRO EVOLUTION SOCCER (PES) rankings
- Rankings: Street Fighter V rankingsRankings: Tekken 7 rankings
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