Today we take a look at one of the busiest months of the year here on OC-ESPORTS. As we say goodbye to March 2017, we also take in the first round of the Road to Pro Challenger Divisions, the conclusion of the GIGABYTE March Madness contest and the busiest Rookie Rumble contest on record. First however, we going to take a look at the official World Overclocking Rankings on OC-ESPORTS for both individual and team overclocking.
Official World Overclocking Rankings - March 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:
Compared to this point in time one month ago, we see plenty of change in the individual rankings table. At the end of February we found US overclocker Menthol sitting at the top of the table with a total of 201 points, today however we find him sitting in 5th place. In first place we have Indonesian No.1 Lucky_n00b with 245 points. His lofty position at the top of the table is due to his performance in the OCWC Las Vegas 2017 Qualifier earlier this year where he was runner up, plus his performances in the recent Challenger Division VI and both GIGABYTE March madness and April Extreme Clocking contests.
In second place we have American jiccman1965 with 215 points, moving up one place from his position on the table one month ago. Third place goes to Brazil’s joe90br with 184 points who moves up from 5th place at the end of February, while in fourth place we find topyoyoguybest from the US with 175 points.
Read the full and comprehensive roundup article here on OC-ESPORTS.