Today we take a look at all the overclocking action that took place here on OC-ESPORTS during the month of August. As well as checking in on both individual and team rankings, we can also take a look at the contests that ended in August of 2017 including Rookie Rumble #46, AMD Rumble #42. We will also take a look at the HWBOT Team Cup contest that continues on throughout the month of September. Let’s kick off with a look at the individual rankings for HWBOT members on OC-ESPORTS.
Official World Overclocking Rankings - August 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
At the top of the table we find things exactly as they were one month ago, with Italian rsannino leading the pack with a points tally of 647 points, the same total that he had at the end of July. Just as a reminder his points were earned by winning the G.SKILL OC World Cup 2107 contest where we won both the Qualification segment and the Final, as well as his work in Challenger Divisions II and III earlier this year were managed to make first place in Rounds 1 and 2.
Looking at further down the table we find that Australia’s macsbeach98 has moved from third, up to second place, pushing his points total up from 519 points to 545. As well as doing well in the Old School is Best School contest series earlier this year, he has recently earned points for his contribution to Warp9-systems in the HWBOT Team Cup, especially in Sub-Categories 2 and 4 where his team currently reign supreme.
In third place we have Samsarulz from Chile with 516 points, a major contributor to the Overclock.net team earning him 182 points in the Team Cup. In fourth place with 508 points we find another OCN member with jpmboy moving from down from second spot. Ikki from Japan is the real surprise mover however, storming into the top ten with a 462 points after some amazing work in the Challenger Divisions where he currently leads in Divisions I, II and III. A truly impressive performance from Ikki.
Check out the full monthly roundup article here on OC-ESPORTS.