Once again we take a look at the action that has taken place on OC-ESPORTS as well as checking in on both individual and team rankings at the end of September. We can also take a brief look at a few of contests that ended at the back end of September. Let’s kick off with a look at the individual rankings for HWBOT members on OC-ESPORTS.
Official World Overclocking Rankings - September 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
Italian OC maestro rsannino remains the man to beat in the World Rankings for the fourth consecutive month. After winning the G.SKILL World Cup 2017 final at Computex, he simply hasn’t looked back. Right now he has a total 756 points. Adding to his total of 647 points from last month with good work in the Road to Pro Challenger Divisions (second place in Div II Round 3 contest for example) and recent work in the GALAX GOC 2017 Qualifier.
The second highest ranked Overclocker is someway behind with a jiccman1965 (US) and a total of 552 points. He moved up from 6th place last month after making a valuable contribution for the Overclockers.com team in the HWBOT Team Cup 2017 contest, earning him a useful 88 points in the process. Moving from second to third place we find macsbeach98 (Australia) with 531 points. He has also been busy with his team, leading the Warp9-systems team to a 5th place finish in the Team Cup while earning himself a 152 points.
Catch the full September 2017 OC-ESPORTS roundup article here on OC-ESPORTS.