|Dale Spolander (Northcliff High School) remains the top ranked player in the country for the Clash Royale esports title.|
It was, however, not until 2005 that MSSA was able to award Protea Colours to an esports team.
The titles thus played at Provincial and National Championships change from time-to-time in order to take into account the demands of Registered Players as expressed by member clubs.
Dale Spolander (Northcliff High School) has dominated the rankings since MSSA's 2019 SA School Championships. Dale has established himself as the nation's top ranked player.
Mobile eports is growing in popularity and it is estimated that there are already over 2.4 billion people who play mobile games on a recreational level with 50% of the gamers being female.
Thus it is expected that those interested in the competitive aspect of mobile esports will continue to grow.
The current rankings for the Clash Royale esports title are as follows:
- Results of MSSA's Western Cape Online Championships
- Provincial Online Student Championships - 11 April 2020
- 2020 Online Provincial Esports Championships - 18 April 2019
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- Rankings: Clash Royale rankings
- Rankings: Counter-Strike: GO rankings.
- Rankings: DotA 2 rankings
- Rankings: FIFA '20.
- Rankings: League of Legends rankings.
- Rankings: Paladins
- Rankings: PRO EVOLUTION SOCCER (PES) rankings
- Rankings: Street Fighter V rankings
- Rankings: Tekken 7 rankings