Saturday, 10 April 2021

Results - Western Cape Online Provincial Championships

 

Rafeeq Cariem (PES Society) of Cape Town

With Coronavirus (COVID -19) still holding South Africa in its pestilential grasp, Mind Sport South Africa (MSSA) is still unable to hold its LAN championships for all esports titles. As such the online option will remain the popular option until the member clubs have determined a suitable way forward.

The online provincial championship system ensures that its esports athletes are not compromised in terms of being able to qualify for provincial colours and for possible inclusion in South Africa's National Protea Team to attend International Esports Federation's 12th World Championships in November in Eilat later this year, MSSA created the Online Provincial Championships.

Esports athletes were able to play in the comfort and safety of their own homes and are still capable of competing on provincial, and even, a national level.

In such championships, Oakhill School continued to dominate most of the events consolidating the school club as the major force in esports in the Western Cape while PES Society has entrenched itself as the leading club in the country for Pro Evolution Soccer.


The winners of MSSA's 2021 Online Provincial Championships are as follows:

TitleName of player/teamClubColours awarded
Clash Royale - PremierTom SeddonOakhill School
Clash Royale - High SchoolsEthan BrightOakhill School
Counter-Strike: GOZAG CSGOZAG AcademyWestern Cape
FIFA - PremierJonas LorseOakhill SchoolWestern Cape
PES - PremierRafeeq CariemPES SocietyWestern Cape
Tekken 7 - PremierJonathan BrownTeam PlayBellWestern Cape
Sportsmanship AwardRafeeq CariemPES Society

Also read:

No comments:

Post a comment