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The process takes into account those titles which are used at International Esports Federation'(IESF) World Championships, and those esports titles which are popular among the member clubs.
But saying an esports title is popular is not enough. Just because a title is popular online among recreational gamers, does not make it popular among the hard-core competitive esports athletes who will attend LAN and/or Online championships.
Thus, for any esports title to be considered for consideration to be included in Provincial and National Championships at the Annual General Meeting (AGM), at least one Regional Championship must be held in such esports title to prove that it is able to attract competitive esports athletes to a single venue.
It should also be noted that age restrictions for esports titles vary from country-to-country. An esports title may have a 12 age restriction in one country and may then have an age restriction of 16 in another.
It is therefore important for parents to check the age restriction of the esports title in the country of residence as such age restrictions are established to protect the mental health and well-being of the child.
It should also be noted that changes may be made to the line-up in exceptional cases. If IESF selects a title not on the list for use at its World Championships, then MSSA shall include such title.
A lot of time has been invested in determining the esports titles for 2021, and the comprehensive list is as follows:
- 2022 Calendar of Events
- Affiliation - Schools
- Notices - Transfer season
- Titles - esports: High School Championships
- Titles - esports: Premier Championships
- Titles - esports: Student Championships
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