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Oakhill’s DotA 2 Team Lead the Rankings

Oakhill’s DotA 2 Team Lead the Rankings

MSSACongratulations to our DotA 2 team, Mr Project, for ending up top of the rankings after round one of Mind Sports South Africa’s Online School League for the week ending 28 July 2017.

Extracted from the official MSSA release:

“Results for Mind Sports South Africa’s Online School League for the week ending 28 July 2017 have produced some interesting results.

The schools that actively participated during the year in MSSA’s provincial LAN championships, online provincial championships, and Ladder games are now reaping the benefit of their participation.

With schools participating in more competition games than ever before, it is clear to see that the average standard has improved hand-over-fist.

The improved average standard bodes well for future years as the growth and development at school level will  ultimately strengthen andd improve South Africa’s National Protea Esports Team.

It is Mind Sports South Africa’s belief that all development starts at school level where, under suitable supervision, the teams can learn to play together and improve the overall standard of play.

Westville High School  deserves special mention by having the greatest percentage increase in their seeding points in the first round.

The rankings after round one of the league are:

# Team name School Points
1 Mr Project Oakhill College 233.4
2 [PRIDE] Parktown Boys 195
3 Grey High Gaming Grey High 159
4 Pr0NHS Northcliff High 144.8
5 WBHS/DotA Westville Boys 135.2
6 Team Theory Oakhill College 110
7 Northwood DOTA Northwood High 100
8 MC DOTA Maritzburg College 100
9 Grey High Seconds Grey High 100

Colin Webster
General Secretary
Mind Sports South Africa”

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