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Cooler Master kicks off its Case Mod World Series 2017

Cooler Master's new Case Mod World Series 2017 stgarts, offering $40,000 in prizes and more.

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Anthony Garreffa
Published Mon, Feb 6 2017 1:17 AM CST   |   Updated Sat, Aug 8 2020 10:29 AM CDT

Cooler Master has kicked off its Case Mod World Series 2017 event, with $40,000 worth of cash and prizes up for case modders - perfect timing with Cooler Master's 25th anniversary this year.

Cooler Master kicks off its Case Mod World Series 2017 | TweakTown.com

This is the 8th time the company has hosted its Case Mod World Series, which will take submissions of case mod designs from February 3 to May 3. There's a bonus category added this year, celebrating the 25th year that Cooler Master has been in operation. Raymen Wu, Marketing Director of Cooler Master explained: "We have created countless product innovations and design break-throughs which paved the way to the standard cases and cooling technology seen today. With this being the 25th year of our company, we wanted to pay tribute by inviting modders to participate in the biggest modding event in the community with a bonus category for $2500 in cash".

There will be regional workshops and local meet & greets in various countries throughout the world, bringing modders, enthusiasts and fans alike together under #MASTERBUILT, with t-shirts on offer. Modders can then share their designs and passion with the community, with World Series participants, PC enthusiasts and Cooler Master fans to meet one-on-one with Cooler Master, and others.

ASUS, NVIDIA, Hyper-X and Dremel are all co-sponsoring Cooler Master's Case Mod World Series 2017, with nearly $40,000 in cash and prizes up for grabs.

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