Tekken 7 rankings for female gamers.

Tekken 7 rankings for female gamers.

The growth of the number of females is fundamental to the growth of esports in South Africa.

Nothing can  be more pleasing, to see the continual improvement of the standard of play.
With International Esports Federation (IESF) having announced that the esports title Tekken 7 is going to be played at its 10th World Championships in Kaohsiung City, Registered Players will no doubt be honing their skills in order to see just who will make the team.

With Yu-Hsien Lin and Charlize Seremak having had a stellar year, both are in line for National Team Trials (NTT).

MSSA’s Protea Tekken 7 players have established them as tough international players and are instrumental in South Africa currently being ranked 12th in the world.
It will be more than interesting to see who is selected for the 2018 Protea Tekken 7 Esports Team.
The full rankings are:

Pos
Name of Player
year
Club
Points

1
Yu-Hsien Lin
17
North West University – Vaal
172.8

2
Charlize Seremak
17
HTS Sasolburg
147.4

3
Kaitlyn Creighton
17
Master of Mind Sports
125.9

4
Sune van de Merwe
17
HTS Witbank
122.6

5
Leoné Loftus
18
Fakkel School of Skills
116.2

6
Angelique Taljaard
17
HTS Witbank
114.4

7
Doreen Els
17
Teutonic Knights Mind Sports Club
114.4

8
Morizané Boyes
17
BNKR
114.4

9
Nadine Swart
17
HTS Witbank
114.4

10
Paula Loftus
17
Masters of Mind Sports
114.4

11
Robyn Gertzen
17
Teutonic Knights Mind Sports Club
114.4

12
Kristen Cockeran
18
Fakkel School of Skills
105.3

13
Simoné Otto
17
Tom Naudé
95

14
Natalie Swanepoel
18
Fakkel School of Skills
95

Other official rankings produced by MSSA are as follows:

Female Tekken 7
Senior Ancients Wargames
Senior CounterStrike: GO
Senior DotA 2
Senior FIFA ’18
Senior HearthStone
Senior Injustice 2
Senior League of Legends
Senior Morabaraba
Senior Mortal Kombat X
Senior Pro Evolution Soccer (PES)
Senior StarCraft II
Senior Street Fighter V
Senior Tekken 7
Schools CounterStrike: GO
Schools DotA 2
Schools FIFA
Schools HearthStone
Schools League of Legends

By | 2018-04-02T02:35:27+00:00 April 2nd, 2018|The Town Square|0 Comments

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