Thursday 31 December 2020

Lenel Human makes history.


The position of a Mind Sports South African Provincial Director is indeed an important one. 
With Mind Sports South Afica's Constitution mirroring the South African Constitution in many respects, the roles and duties of MSSA's Provincial Directors are vital for ensuring growth and development within the various 

For the first time ever, a female, Lenel Human (aka MamabearZA) from Pretoria and the Co-Founder of BooGames, has been elected to the position of Gauteng Provincial Director.    

Lenel Human and Team BooImplode joined Mind Sports South Africa (MSSA) in October 2019 with their sights set on developing the gaming community in South Africa. In 2020 Lenel Human too successfully completed MSSA's Level 1 Umpiring Course.

There is a saying that in order to get a job done, give it to a busy person. The saying is particularly true in the case of Lenel. 

Lenel, is a wife, a mom of two girls, a graphic designer at night, and a labour law admin assistant at day. When she finds time to relax, you'll find her in front of her computer, gaming the night away, organizing gaming tournaments and socializing with people from all over the world. Bringing South Africa's local youth gamers together and promoting potential future of gamers in the country, is what attracts Lenel to the world of gaming. 

Lenel believes in the philosophy: "To create gaming legends you need to provide the right environment for them to grow, experiment and expand."

Lenel looks forward to making sure that Gauteng grabs all the esports opportunities in 2021, and will be developing players from all types of games to ensure that South Africa is represented by the best talent there is available. 

Amanda Pakade (MSSA President) was overjoyed with Lenel's election and enthusiastically exclaimed. "Lenel is proof of how MSSA can accommodate all its members and provide a nurturing environment for all its Registered Players".

Amanda went on to say, "There is no doubt that Lenel will help provide much guidance and direction for the Gauteng Province."

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