Friday, 29 December 2017

The main contenders for MSSA’s Online Inter-school Tekken 7 Provincial Championships

Gamers in action.
With Connor Chaplin having left for fairer climes, the position of online school Tekken 7 esports champion is wide open.

However, there seem to be a number of contenders for the title.

Looking at the most recent of championships, the main contenders come from no less than
5 clubs from 3 provinces.

The main contenders are:
  • Christopher Fenton (JCS Academy, Sasolburg, Free State),
  • Sekele Komape (THS Tom Naude, Polokwane, Limpopo),
  • Charlize Seremak (HTS Sasolburg, Sasolburg, Free State),
  • Hlani Khaile (HTS Sasolburg, Sasolburg, Free State),
  • Dewald Gerber (HTS Witbank, Witbank, Mpumalanga),
  • Jeremy Seremak (HTS Sasolburg, Sasolburg, Free State),
  • Austin Lee (Northcliff High School, Johannesburg, Gauteng), and
  • Itumleng Movo (Northcliff High School, Johannesburg, Gauteng).
While Northcliff High School has a long tradition of creating gamers of exceptional standard and sportsmanship, such is the nature of esports that no school can rest upon their laurels.

There is always someone out there training harder, and picking the game up that much faster.

However, all of the above-named gamers have a standard so close to each other, that only through a hard fought championship will it be able to separate them.

Roll on MSSA’s 8th On-lineInter-school Provincial Championshipson 10 February 2018 – it is going to be exciting.

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