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OpTic Gaming
OpTic Gaminglogo square.png
Team Information
LocationUnited States
Manager(s)Hector "H3CZ" Rodriguez
PlacementsGold.png x 19
Silver.png x 9
Bronze.png x 7
Social Media

OpTic Gaming is a multi-gaming esports organization, fielding one of the most traditional teams within competitive Call of Duty.

The team originally had aspirations to become specifically, a Call of Duty sniping team, when they were established in 2006 by OpTiC KR3W. After a short stint of leadership, KR3W steps down and OpTic Jon3S then took his place. Jon3S also only had a short stint as the leader of OpTic Gaming and in 2007, he stepped down and handed leadership to Hector "H3CZ" Rodriguez.

H3CZ ran the team for 2 full years before branching onto the YouTube platform. He made a name for both himself and the organization with them having 1,410,132 subscribers as of April 6th, 2018. During the time, that the YouTube channel started to grow, the organization made a leap into the Call of Duty franchise. This wing of the team has since garnered one of the biggest fanbases and one of the biggest presences in the game.

As well as having the Call of Duty team, in 2014, the team launched their Halo team and then again in 2016, they expanded into Counter Strike: Global Offensive.

For information about their League of Legends team, see their page on LoL Esportspedia.


  • 2018
  • 2017
  • 2017
  • 2016
  • 2015
  • 2014
  • 2013
  • 2012
  • 2011
  • 2010
  • 2007
  • 2006
  • January 23rd, DXRacer sponsors OpTic Gaming.[7]
  • April 27th, Brisk sponsors OpTic Gaming.[8]
  • June 6th, Twitch sponsors OpTic Gaming.[9]
  • December 19th, TeePee joins as coach.[10]
  • January 8th, 5-8th Place in the NA MLG 2K Series on 01/08/2017.
  • January 15th, 3-4th Place in the NA MLG 2K Series on 01/15/2017.
  • January 22nd, 5-8th Place in the NA MLG 2K Series on 01/22/2017.
  • January 29th, 2nd Place in the NA MLG 2K Series on 01/29/2017.
  • H3CZ becomes owner.
  • Summer, team is founded by OpTic Jon3s and OpTic KR3W. Prestige joins and changes his name to H3CZ.

Player Roster

  • Active
  • Former
Date Joined Player Real Name Role
2014/01/20 USA Scump Seth Abner SMG
2018/11/14 USA Crimsix Ian Porter Main AR
2018/09/27 USA TJHaLy Thomas Haly SMG
2018/09/27 Canada Dashy Brandon Otell AR
2018/09/27 Canada Karma Damon Barlow Flex
Date Left Player Role New Team
2018/10/08 USA Methodz Player FaZe Clanlogo std.png FaZe
2018/08/31 USA Octane Player Hundred Thieveslogo std.png 100T
2018/05/06 USA FormaL Player Luminosity Gaminglogo std.png LG
2014/11/06 USA ProoFy Player
2014/1/06 USA Clayster Player EUnitedlogo std.png eUnited
2014/04/14 USA MBoZe Player
2014/01/18 USA Saints Player Strictly Businesslogo std.png sB
2014/01/12 USA Ricky Player Team Curselogo std.png Crs LV
2018/01/12 USA Parasite Player Team Curselogo std.png Crs LV
2014/01/05 USA BigTymeR Player Retiredlogo std.png Retired
2013/12/10 USA JKap Player FaZe Clanlogo std.png FaZe
2013/09/01 USA MerK Player Team EnVyUslogo std.png nV
2010/11/?? Canada FLawLesS Player Quantic Gaminglogo std.png Q.NexTThreat
2010/01/?? USA MonstruK Player Retiredlogo std.png Retired


  • Active
  • Former
Real Name IGN Position
Real Name New Team Position
USA Hector Rodriguez Logo std2.png NRG Co-CEO
USA Ryan Musselman Chief Operating Officer
USA Michael Chaves Retiredlogo std.png Retired Head Coach
USA Matthew Haag Hundred Thieveslogo std.png 100T Owner




  • 2016
  • 2015
  • 2014
  • 2012


External Content