OpTic Gaming
United States
Aligns with OpTic Gaming
September 28, 2018
TJHaLy will team with OpTic Gaming to begin Call of Duty: Black Ops 4, the organization confirmed on Thursday.
ANALYSIS
TJHaLy was arguably the most exciting young player to enter the competitive scene for Call of Duty: World War II, and for awhile he lived up to the vaunted reputation with Rise Nation including multiple Open major wins. However, a disappointing finish at the 2018 Call of Duty World Championships was evidently enough for Rise Nation to consider letting TJHaLy leave for "greener" pastures, prompting OpTic Gaming to purchase the promising young player. TJHaLy probably won't slay to the same extent that the since departed Octane was known to do, but the potential for HaLy to build into the same type of player under the tutelage of Scump and Crimsix is intriguing to say the least. Alongside new addition Dashy, OpTic Gaming is blessed with one of the highest upside teams in the pro scene, but it remains to be seen if the intense expectations of the organization will allow the team to grow together organically.
Joins OpTic Gaming
September 28, 2018
Dashy will join OpTic Gaming, the organization confirmed on Thursday.
ANALYSIS
One of the worst kept secrets throughout Rostermania has finally been revealed. Along with Dashy, OG opted to bring back former organization stalwart Karma, and then completed the five-man roster with TJHaLy. Dashy's 1.27 KD throughout the 2018 Call of Duty World Championships was likely the only film OpTic needed to convince themselves to acquire the young slayer from compLexity Gaming, and he should unquestionably help improve the team's historically porous Search and Destroy play that plagued them throughout Call of Duty: World War II. How he'll mesh with the veteran trio of Crimsix, Scump and Karma remains to be seen, however, and thanks to OG's struggles last season, the pressure will be on TJHaLy and Dashy in order to bring OpTic Gaming back to its championship-caliber expectations.
Inconsistent in win
August 16, 2018
Scump was not the most consistent player in the sweep win over Supremacy on Day 2 of the 2018 Call of Duty World League Championships.
ANALYSIS
Scump had two up and down rounds in this match. Both his Round 1 Hardpoint and Round 2 Search & Destroy paralleled each other. He started off slowly, struggling to find his footing, and ended up picking up the pace down the stretch of each round, and finishing them strongly. His highlight came in the end of the first round, as he made some huge kills to prevent Supremacy from gaining map control. The rounds themselves could not be more different, though. The first round saw them trail Supremacy in the first half of the round only to run away with it from the 150 point mark on, and the second round saw them win the first five games before taking the round 6-1. Round 3 Capture the Flag saw Scump play well from start to finish, and OpTic shut out Supremacy 3-0, in what was an easy round for all intents and purposes.
Best in respawn in win
August 16, 2018
Octane played well in each round, but did most of his work in the respawn rounds of the sweep win over Supremacy on Day 2 of the 2018 Call of Duty World League Championships.
ANALYSIS
Octane was a big reason why they were able to keep pace with an upstart Supremacy team that ran ahead to a lead and held it until around the 150 mark. He ended up being one of three players with 27 kills in the win, alongside Scump and Crimsix. Without that trio, Supremacy had a real chance to steal a round in this one. He fell back into be a solid third mad behind dominant showings from Crimsix and Methodz. They crushed Supremacy, winning 6-1, winning the first five games. Round 3 Capture the Flag was more of the same, as they dominated Supremacy, winning 3-0. All four players on OpTic were great, and they were unstoppable.
Overcomes slow start
August 16, 2018
Methodz shut out his early slaying woes in the sweep win over Supremacy on Day 2 of the 2018 Call of Duty World League Championships.
ANALYSIS
Methodz had an interesting Round 1 Hardpoint. OpTic Gaming eventually won the round with some amount of ease, but the early going was tough. They trailed for a decent amount of time, ending up fighting tooth and nail as the teams hovered around the 150 mark, when OpTic took over and ran away with it. Methodz really struggled slaying, going just 14/20, but he ended up dominating the objective, notching a whopping 2:14 on the objective in the win. He made up for it with two dominant rounds after that, as they crushed Supremacy 6-1 in Round 2 Search & Destroy, and 3-0 in Round 3 Capture the Flag. Methodz was a driving force in both wins, as he redeemed his slaying woes from the first round in the final two.
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