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In an absolutely gripping IESF’s African Regional Qualifying match between South Africa and Namibia, South Africa’s all female team demolished the Namibian team to earn their place at IESF’s 15th World Esports Championships in Lasi, Romania in August this year.

This is the second time that MSSA has sent an all female CSGO team to IESF’s World Championships. The first time was in 2018 when MSSA sent an all female CSGO team to IESF’s 10th World Esports Championships in Chinese Taipai. MSSA sending such all female team was the first time that an all female team for CSGO participated in IESF’s World Esports Championships.

Mind Sports South Africa’s (MSSA) victory over Namibia under the expert leadership of Karla Grewar has earned the Protea Female CSGO esports team its place at IESF’s 15th World Esports Championships in Lasi, Romania in August this year.

It is at such IESF World Championships that the South African team will be thrust up against the best female teams from the rest of the world.

However, MSSA has complete confidence in its team. The skill and sportsmanship exhibited by MSSA’s Protea Team in the match against Namibia bodes well for the team in its endeavour to be the best in the world.

The National Protea Female Esports Team for the CSGO esports title consists of:

Game title Name of athlete Club
Counter-Strike: GO Karla Grewar White Rabbit Gaming
Kaylee Ludick White Rabbit Gaming
Rochelle Elizabeth Noortman White Rabbit Gaming
Roelien van Dyk White Rabbit Gaming
Jessica Eleez Greeff White Rabbit Gaming

By George Miller

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