Co-sponsored by well-known industry members like Intel, ASUS, Nvidia, Kingston HyperX and Dremel, the Case Mod World Series 2017 will allow entrants to post their own mods and worklogs as they work through their projects, allowing everyone to check them out from the start to the final design.
Raymen Wu, Cooler Master's Marketing Director, said that the company has created countless product innovations and design break-throughs which paved the way to the standard cases and cooling technology seen today and with this being the 25th year of the company, the bonus category will pay tribute and invite modders to participate in the biggest modding event in the community.
Cooler Master will also expand the event by including regional modding workshops and local meet & greet events in many countries around the world.
Those participating in the event will have a chance to win some great prizes totaling over US$40,000. The registration for the event ends on March 31st and you can check out more details over at Cooler Master's dedicated Case Mod World Series 2017 page.