|Charlize Seremak helped power HTS Sasolburg into first place.|
Most of the clubs that are affiliated to MSSA have more than one team, and many clubs have teams in more than one period, and a growing number of clubs now too have teams in more than one discipline.
Thus MSSA’s 2017SA National Championships was a successful affair in that 16 clubs participated from 6 provinces.
It was the school clubs, with their huge participation, that dominate the top 5 positions for the club points with HTS Sasolburg taking the honours.
Truly it is the school clubs that are the true MGO’s (Multi Gaming Organisations) of South African gaming. Not only do the school clubs have direct access to vast pools of gamers, the schools too have access to resources (venues, fibre), the ability to enforce acceptable codes of conduct, and a supporter base that runs into thousands for each and every school.
The esprit de corps that exists at many of South Africa’s schools will also further help to develop the competitive attitudes needed in order for South Africa to take a dominant role in board gaming, esports, and wargames in international gaming.
The full club points earned at MSSA’s SA National championships are as follows: