Sunday 30 May 2021

Results - MSSA's 2021 Gauteng Online Championships

Mind Sports South Africa (MSSA) held its annual Gauteng Online Championships for esports on 29 May 2021.

The championship saw entries from five provinces. and the championship proved itself to e a worthwhile testing ground for all those attempting to gain entry into the National Team Selection process.

There has not been a year that Mind Sports South Africa has not entered a team into IESF's World Championships since the inception of such World Championships in 2009.

The results have entrenched the dominance of seven clubs in esports, and although other long established clubs, like Knights Mind Sports Clubs (established in 1999) and Old Edwardian Mind Sports Club (established in 1989) challenged, and continue to challenge, the domination of the top seven clubs in esports, it is quite apparent that the top clubs are not yet ready to relinquish dominance.

MSSA's annual Gauteng Online Championships also saw the award of provincial colours to sixteen players.

The full results are as follows:

TitleName of player/teamClubColours awarded
Clash RoyaleLiam MoodleyNorthcliff High SchoolGauteng Provincial
DOTAZAG DOTAZAG AcademyWestern Cape Provincial
Counter-Strike: GOHBSRedhill schoolGauteng Provincial
HearthStoneKyle VosterZAG AcademyGauteng Provincial
Tekken 7Shaun LopesNWU - VaalGauteng Provincial
Street Fighter - Premier MaleJoost LoftusMasters of Mind SportsFree State Provincial
Street Fighter - Premier FemaleLeone LoftusMasters of Mind SportsFree State Provincial
FIFA '21 - PremierKoketso MoleteNWU - Vaal
FIFA '21 - Under 24Anthonio du ToitNWU - Vaal
FIFA '21 - High SchoolSebastiano HeidmannNorthcliff High School
PES 2021Rafeeq CariemPES SocietyWestern Cape Provincial
PES 2021Charlie HawkPES Society
Sportsmanship AwardLiam MoodleyNorthcliff High School

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