Through the efforts of Charlize Seremak, HTS Sasolburg walked away from MSSA’s 15th Free State Championships as the top ranked club for such championships.

In the club’s second year of membership, the club has been a very loyal member and has participated in no less than 5 MSSA events this year alone.

By participating in so many events, the club helped develop Charlize to become the expert that she is, and a member of South Africa’s Protea Esports Team for the Tekken 7 esports title.

Still, even with Charlize’s Sekhmetic strength, it is a surprise that HTS Sasolburg wrestled the number one spot for the Free State from Fakkel School of Skills, which held the position for both 2016 and 2017.

The rivalry between HTS Sasolburg and Fakkel School of Skills will only benefit esports in South Africa, and will no doubt help produce stars on the level of which can only be imagined.

Already both schools have committed themselves to be present at MSSA’s Annual SA Schools National Championships on 28 and 29 July 2018.

It is expected that Charlize Seremak shall participate in MSSA’s Annual SA Schools National Championships on 28 and 29 July 2018 and add yet another title under her belt.