The fifth Overclocking World Championship Qualifier contest of the year came to a close yesterday during the Cape Town 2017 leg of the HWBOT World Tour. Four of South Africa’s biggest hitters went head to head in a series of 1v1 matches with DrWeez, South Africa’s No.2 overclocker taking the win. Let’s take a look at the scores results of the contest in a little detail:
In celebration of the fifth HWBOT World Tour stop of the year in Cape Town, South Africa we have teamed with partners Seasonic and Corsair to bring you a fantastic opportunity to win some great prizes. Kicking off on July 21st, all you have to do use the link below to enter the Cape Town 2017 Challenge. It’s basically a Giveaway where the more social media actions you complete, the more chance you to win.
Cape Town 2017 Event to Bring Overclocking Workshops and Extreme OC Contests to South African Gamers
July 12, 2017, Taipei, Taiwan – HWBOT, an organization regulating international Overclocking competitions and rankings, today officially announces its involvement at the Electronics & Gaming Expo (EGE) event in Cape Town, South Africa. HWBOT will host Overclocking Workshops for gamers and enthusiasts at the show, an Overclockers Gathering plus some seriously competitive Extreme Overclocking with the OCWC Cape Town 2017 Qualifier contest.
The HWBOT World Tour returns to Cape Town for the Electronics & Gaming Expo (EGE) on July 28th. As well as Overclocking workshops, the event will feature plenty of competitive overclocking in the form of an Ambient Cape Town 2017 contest and the Overclocking World Championship Cape Town 2017 Qualifier. Today we we bring you confirmation of the rules that will used for both of these contests, the hardware that will be involved and the general structure of things.
Today we are enormously pleased to confirm Seasonic and Corsair as official partners for the forthcoming Cape Town 2017 event. The event marks our third trip to South Africa and our fourth trip of the HWBOT World Tour 2017. The event will take place at Electronics & Gaming Expo (EGE) in Cape Town, and represents a fantastic opportunity for HWBOT and its partners to interface with South Africa’s quickly growing PC gaming and enthusiast crowd.
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.