However, it is quite encouraging to see the number of school teams that are challenging the older more established clubs.
Out of the 47 registered teams, 27 are school teams with half of the teams in the top ten being from school clubs.
Of course there is Maritzburg College just at the heels of Tuks, and, if they had played in more senior events, they would no doubt be the top ranked team.
It is also quite encouraging to see Jeppe Boys make it to be ranked as the 11th best team in their first year of competition. Participation from schools like Jeppe will certainly help further develop eSports in South Africa.
It will indeed be interesting to see which club team is at the top of the ladder at the end of the year to take the honours for this competition at the end of the year.
According to the rules for the Ladder, teams are listed in accordance of ranking and may be challenged by teams that are ranked within five places of themselves. New teams enter at the bottom of the table and have to work their way to the top.
The rankings are:
|Pos||Name of Player||year||Club||Points|
|2||Maritzburg College||16||Maritzburg College||280.9|
|6||POPOS (Parklands College)||15||Parklands||191|
|7||TMSC 1st team||15||TMSC||187.5|
|8||Some Random Slackers||15||KMSC||186.4|
|10||Fish Hoek High School||15||FHHS||170.7|
|14||We Took a Tower!||16||Wits||162.8|
|19||MX (Parklands College)||15||PC||145.7|
|23||TMSC Rekt (Padrone)||14||TMSC||132.7|
|25||TMSC Sabotage (Ferand)||14||TMSC||125.4|
|45||TMSC 2nd team||15||TMSC||75|