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Published: 8/Jun/2018 15:14 Updated: 10/Oct/2020 16:17by DG Goldstein
OpTic Gaming has announced a Texas-based ‘creative space’ which will be a hub for a collection of future content from the organization.
Following its founding in 2006 as a Call of Duty ‘sniper clan,’ OpTic Gaming has expanded over more than a decade to become one of the most well-recognized organizations throughout the entire gaming scene.
The ‘Green Wall’ fields teams in esports titles such as Call of Duty, Gears of War, Fortnite: Battle Royale, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, and many more high-profile games, however, the focus on content creation has always been a major aspect of OpTic since the beginning.
While the organization had multiple different ‘team houses’ where members could live in a central space to create content with one another, the move to Dallas, Texas saw the team move away from the ‘house’ concept in favor of apartment-style living.
However, in Vision – Season 5: Episode 2- “Old Vibes,” OpTic Gaming CEO Hector ‘H3CZ’ Rodriguez introduced a brand-new creative space in Dallas that will be a ‘hub’ for content creation for everything from ‘Trivia’ to a ‘permanent podcast room.’
H3CZ would later mention how excited he is for such a space, and that it will hopefully bring back the ‘old vibes’ of team houses in the past.
“Super excited to finally have a creative space that we have needed for as long as we did. Something that sort-of resembles a home – a SCUF house, a 6050 Russell Drive vibe…I just cannot tell you how excited I am that we finally have some space to literally yell as loud as we can and be fine with it.
The full episode of ‘Vision’ can be viewed below, with the ‘content’ portion beginning at the 8:43 mark.