A variety of esports tournaments will be showcased, with cash prizes and overseas trips up for grabs for the winners.
Rush is where fans, supporters, enthusiasts and newcomers to esports will be able to experience the thrill of watching SA’s top gamers and teams/clans compete for prizes on dedicated stages, complete with big screens and live commentary.
I really don’t care what other parents think about me.
But I have observed the ‘Mumsnet Mafia’ in operation at the school gate.‘Good mums’, who are pro flu-vax, say ‘bad mums’ should be banned from school until their kids have the jab.
Dr Ramsay adds that last year it was 65.8 per cent effective in stopping vaccinated children catching the strain of flu they were vaccinated against.
My maths calculates that this means close to one in four of those immunised could still get the strain of flu they were vaccinated against.
Children aged four to eight will be offered the flu jab at school.
It is not compulsory.● Children over the age of two will be administered the flu vaccine via a nasal spray, as opposed to a needle.Even if you’re not a serious competitive gamer, there’ll be competitions for which you can sign up, giving you the chance to win prizes for showing off your gaming skills.Come and support this growing industry, and discover what esports is really all about! But it is much harder when you aren’t sure what the right answer is, or if your answer is not the same as everyone else’s.It’s a strange idea to fill him up with medicines when there is nothing wrong with him, especially when we are talking about the flu.Trying to keep up with the crumpled permission slips and teachers’ notes that come home from school in the bottom of my kids’ bags is hard enough. When Max brought home a form from school a few weeks back requesting permission to give him a flu vaccination, my immediate reaction was no.