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OpTic Gaming Los Angeles
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Team Information
Org Location
United States
Region
CDL
CDL Franchise
OwnerImmortals Gaming Club
SponsorGameStop
Affiliated Team(s)OpTic Gaming
History
Created2019-07-01
Disbanded2020-11-06
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OpTic Gaming Los Angeles is a former official Call of Duty League franchise teams of Los Angeles, United States. It was owned and operated by the Immortals Gaming Club and OpTic Gaming. The team was the successor to OpTic Gaming, which had competed continuously in Call of Duty between 2009 and 2019. Their Call of Duty League slot was acquired by 100 Thieves on November 6, 2020.

History[]

Modern Warfare[]

Immortals Gaming Club announced their purchase of a Call of Duty League franchise team spot on July 1, 2019. Muddawg joined the team on September 23 as general manager. On October 24, the team announced their full starting roster, with TJHaLy, Dashy, Kenny, SlasheR and JKap joining. At the same time, the team branding was revealed as OpTic Gaming Los Angeles. On December 11, Chino and Goonjar joined as substitutes. Pacman joined as head coach on January 8, 2020.

OpTic opened their 2020 season by losing to both Paris Legion and "old OpTic" Chicago Huntsmen at Launch Weekend. After supposedly fixing their mistakes while not attending London, OpTic lost both of their matches in Week 3. Despite the poor start of the season, OpTic did not make any roster changes for their inaugural home series. Instead, SlasheR moved to Main AR and Dashy to SMG. The switch started slow but they reverse swept Los Angeles Guerrillas in the Battle of LA and then upset Minnesota RØKKR to win their first ever matches and advance out of groups for the first time. In a closely contested series OpTic fell to Dallas Empire 3-1 in the semifinals. After an extended break due to the Coronavirus Pandemic, OpTic returned in Week 6. Dallas defeated them in match one with the Guerrillas getting revenge in the elimination game and knocking OpTic out of the tournament. Chino came off the bench to replace JKap going into Week 7. Despite not preforming much better in terms of stats, Chino's positivity and teamwork skills immediately gave OpTic a boost and they made it out of the group stage for the second time after defeating Paris Legion and London Royal Ravens in the losers bracket. They beat Toronto Ultra in the semifinal and nearly beat Atlanta FaZe in the final but lost 3-1 in a very closely contested series. Despite making the team's first final, head coach Pacman was released from the team the following day and claims he was given no warning beforehand.

OpTic made it out of groups again in Week 8 after getting revenge against Minnesota RØKKR, who beat them in their first match, in the qualifier game. London beat them 3-2 in the semifinals but the team, especially SlasheR, continued to look very good throughout the whole event. In Week 10, the team returned to their earlier form and went out 0-2, with a particularly embarrassing series against Toronto Ultra who took map 1 by a score of 250-49. Kuavo said afterwards that the team had practiced terribly all season and that is to blame for their poor performances. On July 10, Chino was moved back to the bench with Dashy joining him. They were replaced by Drazah and Hollow from top challenger team UYU. Despite only winning one series in their first event with the new team in Week 12, they impressed and showed off their new talent in two tough series vs Florida Mutineers. They rounded out their regular season with a semifinal appearance in Week 13 that included a win over Chicago Huntsmen before losing 0-3 to Atlanta FaZe. OpTic finished the season in 9th place with 100 CDL Points.

OpTic Gaming started in Losers Round 1 at the Call of Duty League Championship 2020. They started off by defeating Los Angeles Guerrillas 3-2, with Dashy subbing in for Kuavo in Game 5 due to connection issues. OGLA then beat Minnesota RØKKR and Florida Mutineers 3-0 before losing to Chicago Huntsmen 2-3 in Losers Round 4 in one of the best series of the whole season. They finished the tournament Top 6.

Black Ops Cold War[]

Hollow, Chino, Dashy, and Goonjar were released on September 8. 100 Thieves acquired OpTic's Call of Duty League slot on November 6, 2020.

Timeline[]

  • 2019
  • 2020

Player Roster[]

Active[]

Former[]

Players are shown for the entire duration of their tenure on the team, with the role and substitute/trainee status they had upon their departure.

Dates:Approx|Exact
PlayerNameRoleJoinedLeftNext Team
NA

DrazahZack JordanPlayerJul 20202020-07-10Nov 20202020-11-06Los Angeles Thieveslogo std.pngLAT
NA

KuavoKenneth WilliamsPlayerOct 20192019-10-24Nov 20202020-11-06Los Angeles Thieveslogo std.pngLAT
NA

SlasheRAustin LiddicoatPlayerOct 20192019-10-24Nov 20202020-11-06Los Angeles Thieveslogo std.pngLAT
NA

TJHaLyThomas HalyPlayerOct 20192019-10-24Nov 20202020-11-06Los Angeles Thieveslogo std.pngLAT
NA

HollowDarien ChverchkoPlayerJul 20202020-07-10Sep 20202020-09-08Nfinitelogo std.pngNFIN
NA

ChinoMartin Chino
Substitute
Dec 20192019-12-11Sep 20202020-09-08Los Angeles Guerrillaslogo std.pngLAG
NA

GoonjarJevon Gooljar-Lim
Substitute
Dec 20192019-12-11Sep 20202020-09-08Logo std.pngGETB
NA

DashyBrandon Otell
Substitute
Oct 20192019-10-24Sep 20202020-09-08Chicago Huntsmenlogo std.pngCHI
NA

JKapJordan Kaplan
Substitute
Oct 20192019-10-24Sep 20202020-09-02Los Angeles Thieveslogo std.pngLAT

Organization[]

Current[]

C ID Name Position
Katie Bedford Streamer

Former[]

C ID Name Position Next Team
Muddawg Eric Sanders 80General Manager Los Angeles Thieveslogo std.pngLos Angeles Thieves
Pacman Jonathan Tucker 80Head Coach None

Trivia[]

Team Achievements[]

This table shows up to the 10 most recent results. For complete results, click here.

Minimum place
Tournament tier
OpTic Gaming Los Angeles Tournament Results - Show Prize as (LocalUSDEuros)
DatePlPrizeEventRoster
2020-10-2513 - 16 Atlanta FaZe Black Ops 4 Invitational SlasheR •  TJHaLy •  Kuavo •  Accuracy
2020-09-135 - 8 Call of Duty League 2020 - All-Star Weekend 1v1 Dashy
2020-09-1317 - 32 Call of Duty League 2020 - All-Star Weekend 1v1 Kuavo
2020-09-1317 - 32 Call of Duty League 2020 - All-Star Weekend 1v1 SlasheR
2020-08-305 - 6$ 300,000$ 300,000$ 300,000 Call of Duty League Championship 2020 TJHaLy •  Kuavo •  SlasheR •  Hollow •  Drazah Dashy
2020-08-293 - 4$ 10,000$ 10,000$ 10,000 CDL City Circuit 2020 Championship Locura •  JorgeyBae
2020-08-189 Call of Duty League 2020 TJHaLy •  Kuavo •  SlasheR •  Hollow •  Drazah Dashy Chino JKap Goonjar
2020-07-263 - 4$ 10,000$ 10,000$ 10,000 Call of Duty League 2020 Week 13 - Toronto TJHaLy •  Kuavo •  SlasheR •  Hollow •  Drazah
2020-07-262 CDL Warzone Weekend: Week 6 SlasheR •  Kuavo •  TJHaLy •  Chino
2020-07-195 - 6 Call of Duty League 2020 Week 12 - London TJHaLy •  Kuavo •  SlasheR •  Hollow •  Drazah
Total Prize:USD 320,000

Media[]

  • 2019
  • 2020
  • 2021

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Reveal 2019-10-24
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Meaning
OpTic Gaming Los Angeles: Our Story
OpTic Gaming Los Angeles is one of the first twelve teams to compete in the Call of Duty League. OpTic Gaming is owned and operated by Immortals Gaming Club, a global esports and gaming organization with teams in all major franchise leagues.

The roster features a mix of top veteran players paired with some of the game's best young talent, creating a team that fans around the globe can get excited to cheer for. OpTic Gaming will host events in the Greater Los Angeles Area during the 2020 season.

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