Just a day or two ago we came to the end of 2017, surely one of the busiest years in the history of competitive Overclocking. Let’s take a look at the standings at the end of the year and check out both the individual and team rankings here on OC-ESPORTS. While December has not been the busiest of months for overclocking contests, it did feature two very high profile contests - the Overclocking World Championship 2017 Final and the conclusion of the HWBOT Country Cup 2017 contest. Before we get to those contests in isolation, let’s hone in on the OC-ESPORT rankings at the end of 2017.
Official World Overclocking Rankings for 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
When we last checked in on the OC-ESPORTS rankings for individual overclockers at the end of November, we found rsannino (Italy) in a very commanding position at the top of the table having amassed a total of 845 points. We commented back then that the Italian was also due to compete in the Overclocking World Championship 2017 Final, a prospect that offered potential for an additional 250 points. Roberto, as he known to many of us, proved to us all just what a quality overclocker he really is by winning the contest and cementing his place at the top of the OC-ESPORTS rankings. Let’s take a look at what this guy has achieved in the 2017 season.
Read the full 2017 roundup article here on OC-ESPORTS.