HWBOT World Tour Attends DreamHack Montreal 2017

Montreal 2017 Brings Overclocking Workshops and Competitive OC Contests to Gamers and PC Enthusiasts at DreamHack

August 22, 2017, Taipei, Taiwan – HWBOT, an organization regulating international Overclocking competitions and rankings, today officially announces its attendance at DreamHack Montreal 2017, one of the largest digital festivals in North America. HWBOT will host Overclocking Workshops for gamers and enthusiasts at the show as well as an Overclockers Gathering plus some seriously competitive Extreme Overclocking with the OCWC Montreal 2017 Qualifier contest.

“The HWBOT World Tour team is very excited to attend DreamHack Montreal, the second North American date so far in 2017,” commented Pieter-Jan Plaisier, Director at HWBOT. “The enormous scope and popularity of DreamHack gives us an unmissable opportunity to interface with thousands of influential gamers and PC enthusiasts, spreading the word of Overclocking further than ever.”

Free Overclocking Workshops for All DreamHack Attendees

The HWBOT World Tour team will be joined by several experienced North American and Canadian overclockers to host a series of free overclocking workshop sessions. All DreamHack attendees are invited to sign up for a workshop session and learn the basics of what overclocking is all about. This will include how to tune the CPU to improve performance, plus more advanced skills that allow you to progressively raise your score.

Montreal 2017 – Ambient Contest

As well as expert tuition, workshop attendees will be given the chance to submit their best score to the OC-ESPORTS platform and have a taste of genuine competitive overclocking. Score as highly as possible and you could be one of four overclockers invited to compete in the Montreal 2017 Ambient Finals on the last day. Contest winners will walk away with some fantastic prizes.

Overclocking World Championship – Montreal 2017 Qualifier

At each stop of the HWBOT World Tour 2017 an Overclocking World Championship Qualifier contest is held. These are extreme overclocking contests where the region’s top overclocking talent are invited to compete head to head for the ultimate prize – a ticket to the OCWC Final at the end of the year.

The OCWC Montreal 2017 Qualifier contest will consist of a qualification round on September 9th where competing overclockers will be given three hours to score as highly as possible in three benchmarks. This will be followed by Semi-Final 1v1 matches, followed by Bronze Final and Grand Final 1v1 matches on September 10th.

Overclockers Gathering

The Overclockers Gathering is place for overclockers to meet and enjoy overclocking together in a relaxed environment with unlimited LN2 provided. The event is a BYOC (Bring Your Own Computer) event. To take part you need to purchase an LN2 ticket (see below).

Montreal 2017 – Ticketing

All overclocking workshop sessions are free for all DreamHack Montreal 2017 attendees. No ticket is required. Simply sign up for a session at the event. The Montreal 2017 Ambient contest is open to workshop attendees and all HWBOT Rookie, Novice and Enthusiast league members.

To take part in the Overclockers Gathering and / or the OCWC Montreal 2017 Qualifier contest you are required to purchase an LN2 ticket from the following Eventbrite page:

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/hwbot-world-tour-montreal-2017-tickets-36847053529?aff=PRhwbot

Note: The LN2 ticket includes an entrance ticket to DreamHack 2017, access to the Overclockers Gathering with unlimited LN2 and the chance to take part in the OCWC Montreal 2017 Qualifier.

Montreal 2017 – Partners

The HWBOT World Tour Montreal 2017 event would not be possible without the valued support of its industry partners. We would like to thank the following companies for their continued support:

Intel

As with many of the world’s most exciting overclocking events, Intel are making a massive contribution. All Montreal 2017 overclocking workshops will use upcoming Core-X series processors.

Seasonic

As official Power Supply partner of the HWBOT World Tour 2017, the latest Seasonic Snow Silent 750W PSUs will be used to power the Overclocking World Championship Qualifier contest as well as overclocking workshop systems that we set up at DreamHack.

Learn more about Seasonic Snow Silent 750W PSUs here:

https://seasonic.com/product/snow-silent-750/

Alphacool

All CPUs used in the overclocking workshops and the Ambient Montreal 2017 contest will be cooled by Alphacool Eisbaer 420 AiO CPU Coolers. These uniquely modular coolers can be upgraded, rebuilt or refilled at any time and bring efficient cooling for your processor, no matter how hard you push it.

Learn more about Alphacool Eisbaer 420 AiO CPU Coolers here:

https://www.alphacool.com/shop/-new-products-/21588/alphacool-eisbaer-420-cpu-black

About DreamHack Montreal 2017

DreamHack events are all about the massive BYOC (Bring your own Computer) LAN party that takes place at each event. This is paired with a plethora of competitive tournaments and international esports competitions. Visitors can also check out the latest gaming & tech gear at the DreamExpo, and take part in all sorts of different activities that grassroots communities are able to organise, whether it’s more tournaments, cosplay, or any other activities! DreamHack events are what their visitors make them.

Click here to learn more: https://montreal.dreamhack.com/en/home/

Location:

800 De La Gauchetière St. W. #240

Montreal, QC H5A 1K6, Canada

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About HWBOT

Since its inception in 2006, HWBOT has grown to become the world’s leading platform for competitive overclocking. With a global headquarters in Taipei, Taiwan, HWBOT serves a growing and dynamic community of over 100,000 overclockers and welcomes 1.25 million visitors per year. HWBOT provides a dynamic platform for overclocking that include the OC-Esports.io competition platform, the HWBOT World Tour, the Overclockers League and the HWBOT historical database.

If you have any questions regarding this event or the HWBOT World Tour in general, please contact us at: contact@hwbot.org

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