The HWBOT World Tour site have just published a news article outlining the structure, rules and details regarding the Overclocking World Championship, Moscow 2017 contest that will take place in Russia at the end of September. This is great news for any overclockers in East Europe who may considering making the journey to Moscow for the OCWC contest, the first of its kind in that part of the world.
Although the HWBOT World Tour visit to Russia is still a few months from now, today we are able to confirm many of the specific details of the Overclocking World Championship Moscow 2017 Qualifier contest. Kicking off on September 28th at IgroMir Expo, the Semi-Finals and Final of the contest will involve 1v1 matches on October 1st. Let’s take a look at the specific hardware requirements and rules that will be implemented for the contest.
Overclocking World Championship – Moscow 2017 Qualifier
The HWBOT Tour will arrive at IgroMir Expo on September 28th hosting an Overclocking Gathering, Overclocking Workshop and of course the OCWC Moscow Qualifier contest. Qualifier contests are held at every location on the HWBOT World Tour map, inviting extreme overclockers based in the region to compete for the ultimate prize; a ticket to the HWBOT World Championship Final at the end of the year. There will also be additional hardware prizes for the top three (TBC).
Read the full news post that outlines details regarding contest structure and hardware, here on the HWBOT World Tour site.