In a day full of announcements, OpTic Gaming has revealed yet another team is joining the Greenwall. The organization has created a Call of Duty: Warzone team that features former Envy content creators. Those creators are now also a part of the OpTic brand for the Warzone squad.
OpTic Warzone consists of Tyler “TeeP” Polchow, Bobby “BobbyPoff” Poffenbarger and Sebas “Sebas” Beron. All three signed with Envy Gaming earlier this year but with the Envy and OpTic merger, they can now compete under the Greenwall banner. There will also be a fourth member of the squad, which will be announced Tuesday at 1 p.m. ET.
OpTic Warzone forms after Envy merger
Welcome to OpTic Warzone.@TylerTeeP @BobbyPoff @sebasberon1 pic.twitter.com/x5Jo9QJQF8
— OpTic Gaming™ (@OpTic) November 8, 2021
It seems all of the members of the new squad are falling solely under the OpTic brand. Each member has put the OpTic name in front of their gamertag, which could be a sign of things to come for future creators who join the organization.
This is a homecoming for TeeP, who has been a part of OpTic twice before. He competed for OpTic Nation in Advanced Warfare and then returned as head coach during the WWII and Black Ops 4 seasons. He signed with Envy earlier this year and has been making strides as a Warzone streamer under the brand.
BobbyPoff and Sebas are both successful Warzone creators on Twitch. Sebas boasts more of a following on TikTok, where he uploads short clips of his Warzone gameplay. Both have also had success in the tournament scene along with TeeP.
It’s unclear who the fourth member of OpTic Warzone will be at this point. However, according to a leaked clip from Anthony “Shotzzy” Cuevas-Castro, Zack “ZLaner” Lane might be the final member. Shotzzy has previously leaked several aspects about the OpTic and Envy merger and he might have done it again shortly after the OpTic Warzone announcement video went live.
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