|Edwin Williams of Blue Dragon Online Gaming at the 2016 Gauteng Championships.|
Such clubs are based at schools, universities, or are private associations or non-profit companies (NPC's).
The clubs in themselves may consist of as little as 1 team, or in the case of many of the school clubs, have a number of teams in most of the periods offered by MSSA.
Ever since MSSA started, points have been awarded to the clubs, rewarding them for the participation of each and every member club. These points are included into the Club Trophy which is used to determine the top club in the country.
Thus it is always exciting to see which clubs perform the best at the various championships.
Northcliff High which is currently the highest ranked school seems to be impressive in all the events in which the school participates, and is more than capable of taking on all the other clubs.
With MSSA's Gauteng Championships to be held on 25 & 26 February 2017 at Jeppe High for Boys, it will be most interesting to see the number of participants, as well as which club takes the pole position.
The results for 2015 and 2016 were:
|2015 Gauteng Championships||2016 Gauteng Championships|
|1||Northcliff High School||1||Blue Dragon Online Gaming|
|2||Tuks Mind Sports Club||2||Northcliff High School|
|3||Knights Mind Sports Club||3||Knights Mind Sports Club|
|4||Riverview Mind Sports Club||4||Masters of eSports|
|6||Pretoria Boys High School||6||All Stars|
|7||Old Edwardian Wargames Club||7||Old Edwardian Wargames Club|
|8||All Stars||8||Tuks Mind Sports Club|
|9||Vigilantes||9||St John’s College|
|10||Midstream College||10||Riverview Mind Sports Club|
|11||St John’s College||11||White Rabbit Gaming|