A few days ago we said adios to the month of November 2016, which means it’s time to take a snapshot of what happened in the World Rankings on OC-ESPORTS for both individual overclockers and OC teams, as well as a look at the other contests on OC-ESPORTS that concluded during the month. In fact November saw plenty of overclocking action with two HWBOT X events taking place, the conclusion of the ROG Showdown Formula Series and the Realbench Challenge III, plus Intel and AMD Rookie Rumble contests. Lot’s to get through.
Official World Overclocking Rankings - November 2016
Let’s start with look at the Official World Rankings on OC-ESPORTS and compare the standings with last month. These rankings are based on the performance of individual overclockers throughout the last twelve months, i.e. this season. Points are gained via participation in all contests hosted on OC-ESPORTS. Higher rankings in top level competitions earn you more points. You can find more details about the scoring and ranking system on OC-ESPORTS here.
At the top of the table it’s absolutely no surprise to find that Germany’s Dancop still leads the way by quite a substantial margin. With a points haul of 988, he remains substantially ahead of his nearest rival. However things have had a shake up at the top of table mostly due to the fact that Qualification Round of the HWBOT World Championship is a level 3 contest with plenty of points to fight for.
Read the full roundup article for November here on OC-ESPORTS.