Let’s take a look back at the action that took place on OC-ESPORTS in the month of November 2017. As ever we’ll take a peek at both individual and team OC-ESPORTS rankings as they stand at the end of the month while also taking a look the contests that have been been running throughout the month which include the HWBOT Country Cup 2017. November also saw the conclusion of the GALAX GOC 2017 Finals contest, the ROG OC Showdown Team Edition 2 contest and the 49th Edition of the Rookie Rumble series. Let’s start things with a look at the individual rankings for HWBOT members on OC-ESPORTS.
Official World Overclocking Rankings - November 2017
The World Overclocking Rankings on OC-ESPORTs are based on the performance of individual overclockers in the 2017 season. Points are gained via participation in all contests hosted on OC-ESPORTS. Higher rankings in top level competitions throughout the year earn you more points. You can find more details about the scoring and ranking system on OC-ESPORTS here: http://oc-esports.io/#!/rankings-details
As the OC-ESPORTS 2017 comes to a close, we find that many of the major contests have past already. This means that in fact there hasn’t been too much change at the top end of the individual overclocker rankings. In fact the top four places are completely unchanged - rsannino (Italy) is 1st with an utterly dominant 845 points with several wins in Challenger Divisions II and II this year and also succeeded to win the G.SKILL OC World Cup back in June. The win in the Live G.SKILL OC World Cup Final at Computex is worth 250 points alone, so you can see why this guy is top of the table and almost certain to be crowned OC-ESPORTS Champion of 2017. He will be competing in the OCWC 2017 Final in just a few days. Another win there would complete a pretty amazing year for the Italian.
In second place we have jiccman1965 (US) with 593 points. His points originate from his recent work in the HWBOT Team Cup 2017 contest, and several great performances in the Pro OC Division plus Challenger Divisions I, IV and VII. In third place macsbeach98 (Australia) has 534 points. His work this year has been spread across several contests including the Old School is Best School series, the Challenger Divisions IV and VII, plus good work in the ROG OC Showdown Team Edition 2 contest and the HWBOT Team Cup. Our unchanged top four from October is completed by jpmboy (US) with 528 points, an avid overclocker in the HWBOT Team Cup, Challenger Divisions and several other partner contests including the VRMark Challenge for example, where he came second.
Read the full roundup article dealing with all the action from November 2017 here on OC-ESPORTSYou can discuss this post in the HWBOT Community Forum here.