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ASUS AOOC 2014 – Russian winter & Overclocking stream

ASUS confirmed the teams for the AOOC 2014 finals in Moscow. OverClocking-TV will be there to ensure the stream. All the infos about the finals in this post!

Each year, ASUS Russia is organizing what is knows as the largest ASUS overclocking competition in Europe. Open to all European countries via HWBOT qualifiers, the competition is this year again going to take place in Moscow and offer a show that lines-up all the starts of the OC community.

AOOC 2014: When, Who & What

Firs of all dates: The finals will take place in Moscow on November 22, 23 2014. For the occasion, ASUS booked out their best CyberGame stadium in town (the exact same one where the Dreamhack Russia took place a few weeks ago). So it is safe to safe that this venue is going to be simply amazing – designed for Live eSports events.

ASUS AOOC venue - Moscow CyberGame Stadium

A few days ago, ASUS announced the official winners of the qualifiers. This year, the way teams of overclockers are appointed together differ slightly from the previous years – but in the end, the competition will feature Duos of overclockers battling for the title of ASUS AOOC Champion 2014.

Today, ASUS announced the teams of of overclockers as they will appear in Moscow for the finals

ASUS AOOC 2014 Line-up & Teams

ASUS AOOC 2014 Line-up & Teams

AOOC Live on OverClocking-TV

For this 2014 edition of the ASUS AOOC, OverClocking-TV will be present to produce the event’s live coverage. We invite you to join us on the 22nd 10am (Europe time) for the kick-off of the competition!

We will be providing a detail commentary of the competitions as well as some other surprises – so make sure to subscribe to our twitch channel to get notified when we get live. Also subscribe to our Live Reminder mailing list to not miss out on the latest updates & times for the show!

About Timothée Pineau

Vice-President, Producer and Editor for OverClocking-TV since 2008, Xyala is mainly in charge of developing OCTV's video activities by supervising the video productions and organizing overclocking live streaming shows on the most prestigious competitions out there as the GOOC or the MOA. He reported for OCTV from all IT corners of the world on fairs as the CeBIT, Computex and also CES. For any questions and inquiries about live streaming possibilities and published videos: he's the guy!