TeePee Gives OpTic Gaming’s Call of Duty Team the Harsh Truth
Episode 14 for season 4 of OpTic Gaming’s popular “Vision” series has been released and focuses primarily on the Call of Duty team’s disappointing run at CWL Atlanta.
Produced primarily by Davis ‘Hitch’ Edwards, Vision gives OpTic fans and members of the gaming/esports community the chance to get a behind the scenes look at the inner workings of the organization.
Epsiode 14, titled “Enough” begins with an in-depth discussion about former CWL and MLG commentator Jack ‘CouRage’ Dunlop joining OpTic as a content producer. The popular streamer takes you through his decision process and gives a tour of his new apartment.
The main focus of the episode, though, is the Call of Duty team’s journey to CWL Atlanta where they finished in a disappointing 5th – 6th place after two 3-0 defeats at the hands of Luminosity Gaming and Red Reserve.
The losses are followed by lengthy behind the scenes clips of the team’s post-match discussions where Ian ‘Crimsix’ Porter, Tyler ‘TeePee’ Polchow and Hector ‘H3CZ’ Rodriguez are some of the most vocal members participants.
The team’s coach, TeePee, a former World Champion in his own right, can be heard giving some very firm criticism:
“The biggest takeaways: You’re going back to AR [FormaL] because you need to ramp up the speed [Crimsix] for the team. Number two – if you guys feel like you ever have to hero anything, you’re playing the game wrong. This game doesn’t work like that, sorry. And then number three – late round scenarios in S&D you guys look f*cking scared and clueless a lot of the time. That’s my three takeaways.”
H3CZ then goes on to berate the team for travelling to the events separately and showing up late. Crimsix reveals that the lateness also stretches to scrims and “literally everything”.
With CWL Birmingham just around the corner, and role changes in the works, the team desperately needs to turn things around as this is the slowest start to a game that they have ever had.
The full Vision episode can be found below.
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