The month of September just came to a close a few days ago, giving us the perfect excuse to look at everything that has happened during that period on OC-ESPORTS. As well as keeping a keen eye on the overall World rankings for both individuals and teams, we can also take a look at the conclusion of the HWBOT Team Cup, and the final rounds of both the Pro OC Championship and the Challenger Divisions. Let’s not forget that the month of September also saw the conclusion of the ROG Formula Series - Round 1, the RealBench Challenge I, plus the latest editions of both Intel and AMD Rookie Rumble contests. Plenty to cover, let’s get straight to it.
Official World Overclocking Rankings - September 2016
Looking at the World Rankings on OC-ESPORTS at the end of the month of September we find, with no modicum of surprise that Germany’s Dancop remains the man to beat at the top of the rankings with a score of 919 points. This is slightly fewer points than he had at the end of August when he had a more substantial 925 points. In second, and third places we also see no change with SergeyR from the Ukraine in second with 639 points and Australia’s macsbeach98 on 618.
In fourth place we have Germany’s Bullshooter switch places with India’s ksateaaa23 who moves down to sixth. Xtreme Addict moves down from 5th to 7th. South Africa’s DrWeez moves into tenth space on the table after some good work in the RealBench Challenge and Pro OC championship Round 3. Splave moves down from 7th to 9th, while Rauf from Sweden and Alex@ro both move out of the top ten.