This year’s edition of the North West University (NWU) Online School League is set to have a prize pool of R65,000 ($3,976.33).
This is an increase from last year’s edition as headline sponsor NWU continues to show its support for the emerging sport and the online school league.
Mind Sports South Africa (MSSA) has also stated its pride in its association with NWU and has tenaciously promoted the league throughout the country since its inception in 2017.
The competition is set to see gamers compete in six esports titles which will receive a share of the R65,000 prize pool.
Below are the titles set to be at the NWU Online School League;
|CS: GO||PC||16||5 v 5|
|Paladins||PC/Console||12||5 v 5|
|FIFA 22||Console||3||1 v 1|
|PES 22||Console||3||1 v 1|
|Clash Royale||Mobile||12||1 v 1|
|Dota 2||PC||12||5 v 5|
|League of Legends||PC||12||5 v 5|
|Mobile Legends Bang Bang||Mobile||12||5 v 5|
|VainGlory||Tablet/Cell||12||3 v 3|
|Street Fighter V||Console||12||1 v 1|
|HearthStone||Mobile||7||1 v 1|
However, it should be noted that only the following titles count towards the fantastic prizes offered by NWU:
- Clash Royale
- Counter-Strike: GO
- efootball (PES 22)
- Mobile Legends Bang Bang
- Dota 2
- StreetFighter V
- Best school award
Thus the number of titles being awarded prize money has increased from four (4) in 2019 and 2020, and five (5) in 2021 to six (6) in 2022.
The final distribution has already been decided upon and shall be reported on shortly.
The NWU Online School League also offers:
- School Provincial Colours for all titles, and
- The opportunity to qualify for National Team Trials for all titles.
It must be remembered that only schools affiliated with MSSA may participate in the 2022 NWU Online Schools League.
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