2010 MSSA Gauteng LAN Championships

Mind Sports

Active Member
Mar 18, 2008
Registrations are now open for MSSA's 2010 Gauteng LAN Championships. Registrations will close on the 21st March 2010 as per the Calendar. Please note that no late registrations shall be accepted. Players who wish to compete in any of MSSA's Championships in 2010 are advised to complete their annual registration forms so that they may registered as Registered Players as soon as possible.

Championship Details:

Hosting Club: Pr0NHS Northcliff High School

Venue: Northcliff High School

Date: 3rd & 4th April 2010

Entry Fees: R50.00 per Registered Player per Period

Schedule: The LAN Schedule for all 2010 LAN Championships will be released by the MSSA eSports Board of Control shortly and will be available from here.

Rules and Regulations: All Rules and Regulations pertaining to eSports are available from here. Players are strongly advised to familiarise themselves with the LAN League Bylaws and all Period Specific Rules.The Period Specific Rules will be released by the MSSA eSports Board of Control shortly. If any Player wishes to provide advice regarding the drafting of the Period Specific Rules they are encouraged to contact the eSBoC who will take all comments into account: mssa.cgboc@mssa-cgboc.org.

The following Periods may be played in MSSA's 2010 Gauteng LAN Championship:

Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare
FIFA'10 (PS3)
Guitar Hero 5 (Xbox360)
Warcraft III: The Frozen Throne
Warcraft III: Defense of the Ancients
CounterStrike 1.6
Quake LIVE

The following Medals may be awarded at the MSSA's 2010 Gauteng LAN Championship:

PREMIER: Medals shall be awarded to the first three players who are registered players.
SCHOLARS: Medals shall be awarded to the first three high school scholars, provided they have not received any Premier medals.
UNIVERSITY:Medals shall be awarded to the first three players who are currently registered at any officially recognised University, provided the players have not received any Premier Medals.
WOMEN: A Medal will be awarded to the first woman player who did not receive any other medal.
Colours and National Team Trials:

Provincial Colours: All Players that win all of their Matches at a Provincial Championship will earn Provincial Colours. All Players who score within the top 50% in a specific Period at a Provincial Championship, and who also score within the top 50% at a National Championship in the same period and in the same year, will earn Provincial Colours.

National Team Trials: All Players that score within the top 20% or top three places, whichever is greater, in a specific Period at a Provincial or National Championship will earn an invitation to National Team Trials. National Team Trials shall be held in the event that a National Team must be selected to represent South Africa when competing in such Period in an International Championship.

To assist in the registration process, Mind Sports South Africa's volunteers have developed a new Championship Manger. The system provides the following functionality:

Users can create an account to protect their confidential personal details
Each User can register one or more Players with MSSA (This is useful for those Team Managers/Captains who wish to register all the Players in their Team). Player registration must be completed annually and enables those players to be allowed to compete in MSSA Championships - such Players are referred to as Registered Players.

Each User can enter a Registered Player or a Team of Registered Players into a specific Championship.

Issued by:

Colin Webster
Mind Sports South Africa
P O Box 19275
Tel: 011 828 4994
Fax: 086 672 1911
Cell: 073 593 9451
e-mail: mindsportssa@iafrica.com
URL: http://www.mindsportssa.freeservers.com/
URL: http://www.mssa-cgboc.org/ (eSports Gaming site)
URL: http://www.facebook.com/mindsportssa?ref=ts

Mind Sports South Africa (MSSA) is an affiliate of the South African Confederation of Sport and Olympic Committee.

The MSSA is responsible for the good governance and promotion of Board games (such as Backgammon, Diplomacy, Checkers, Draughts, Morabaraba, etc), eSports (whether they are played on ‘cell phones, Sony® PSP’s, personal computers or similar), and Historical figure games (also known as wargames).