Today we can bring you a full and detailed account of what happened in Berlin last weekend at the Overclocking World Championship Final were Italy’s leading overclocker rsannino took the crown and the $1,500 USD winners prize money. Let’s take a look at the contest scoring, the winners, the losers and the more interesting 1v1 matches that took place within a nine player elimination tournament.
HWBOT OC World Championship Final: December 9th-10th, 2017
The HWBOT World Tour 2017 visited ten countries around the world this year. At each stop an Overclocking World Championship Qualifier contest was held, an extreme overclocking contest where the region's most talented overclockers went head to head to compete for a seat in the Final. Here’s the general schedule for the Final which spannd two days:
- December 9th - Day 1: Qualification Day (to determine rankings for Day 2)
- December 10th - Day 2: 1v1 Matches + Award Ceremony
OCWC 2017 Final Contestants
At the end of the year we find nine Overclockers were invited to Berlin, Germany for the OCWC 2017 Final having each qualified at different Qualifier contest. The list below shows their HWBOT member nickname, country of origin and the contest through which they qualified for the Final:
Read Part 1of the OCWC 2017 Final roundup article here on OC-ESPORTS.