Mind Sports South Africa to grow eSports at schools

The local body behind competitive gaming,Mind Sports South Africa(MSSA) has said in a statement that in order for South Africa to truly compete at an international level in eSports, more must be done at a school level.

The MSSA believes that in order for eSports teams to become successful, a minimum of 24 competitive games must be played per year, and these must be played in a controlled environment.

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