OpTic Gaming will reportedly join the NA LCS

OpTic Gaming reportedly accepted into NA LCS

OpTic Gaming has been accepted into the North American League of Legends Championship Series (NA LCS), according to a report by ESPN.

October 17, 2017
OPTic Gaming reportedly signed coolmat69 and Muma

OpTic Gaming reportedly signs coolmatt69 and Muma to Overwatch League team

OpTic Gaming has signed Matt “coolmatt69” Iorio and Austin “Muma” Wilmot to its Overwatch League roster, according to a report from ESPN.

September 27, 2017
OpTic Gaming signed a Dota 2 team with zai and ppd

OpTic Gaming enters Dota 2 by signing zai and ppd-led roster

OpTic Gaming entered Dota 2 on Tuesday with the acquisition of a roster highlighted by ex-Evil Geniuses players Ludwig “zai” Wåhlberg and Peter “ppd” Dager.

September 26, 2017
Overwatch League Season 1 will be capped at 12 teams

Blizzard confirms final three Overwatch League cities for Season 1, which will have 12 teams and start Jan. 10

Blizzard announced Dallas, Houston and Philadelphia on Wednesday as final three cities to field teams in Season 1 of Overwatch League.

September 20, 2017
OpTic Gaming will reportedly join Overwatch League.

OpTic Gaming reportedly joins Overwatch League, has applied for NA LCS franchise

OpTic Gaming has reportedly secured an investment from a group led by Texas Rangers co-owner Neil Leibman and acquired a spot in Overwatch League.

September 12, 2017
ES L penalized OpTic Gaming 10 percent of its ESL Pro League prize money for missing the roster submission deadline

ESL penalizes OpTic Gaming for missing roster submission deadline

ESL penalized OpTic Gaming on Friday for missing the roster submission deadline for Season 6 of the ESL Pro League.

September 1, 2017
HS joined OpTic Gaming to complete its CS:GO roster

OpTic Gaming signs HS from PENTA to complete CS:GO roster

OpTic Gaming filled the remaining spot in its Counter-Strike roster by signing Kevin “HS” Tarn from PENTA.

August 30, 2017
Natus Vincere, Cloud9 and OpTic Gaming are out of CS:GO purgatory

Purgatory is over for Cloud9, OpTic, Natus Vincere and ex-iBP

The roster shuffle season of CS:GO has ended and with it, a number of teams have been released from purgatory.

August 28, 2017
Cloud9 will replace OpTic Gaming at Dreamhack Malmo.

Cloud9 replaces OpTic Gaming at DreamHack Malmö

OpTic Gaming has now been disqualified from two tournaments because of its recent Counter-Strike roster moves.

August 23, 2017
OpTic Gaming was disqualified from the ELEAGUE CS:GO Premier

OpTic Gaming disqualified from ELEAGUE CS:GO Premier

OpTic Gaming’s recent roster rework has cost the team its spot in the ELEAGUE CS:GO Premier.

August 22, 2017