SA soars to top five in gaming

MSSA logoGIFT NDOLWANE
JOHANNESBURG – Mind Sports South Africa has welcomed the lateset IeSF rankings of federations in terms of good governance and administration.

According to latest ranking South Africa’s MSSA is ranked fifth in the world.

MSSA’s President, Samphire Maphumulo said he is more than satisfied with the ranking.

“The ranking shows MSSA’s competitiveness within the international community, as well as its ability to deliver at home “ , said Maphumulo

The ranking come at a time as Mind Sports SA prepares to send an eProteas team at the 7th World Championship to be held in Jakarta Indonesia next month.

According to MSSA General Secretary Colin Webster MSSA should be able to attain a higher ranking

‘ MSSA is competitive in everything that it does. From development of the games and players through to the the hosting of events, selection of teams and even its own administration’ said webster .

Previously South Africa was ranked 11 this is the first time the country has ascended to top five in IeSF World rankings .

The top ten countries are:
1 *Azerbaijan
2 *Korea (South)
3 *China
4 *Russia
5 *South Africa
6 *Romania
7 *Philippines
8 *Serbia
9 *Georgia
10 *Switzerland

-CAJ News

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Posted by on Sep 7 2016. Filed under Africa & World, Indigenous games, National, Regional, Sports. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry

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