OpTic Gaming plans to return to the CS:GO scene with a strong roster

According to Esporkolik, the North American esports organization OpTic Gaming plans to return to the CS:GO scene with a strong roster. The club intends to assemble an international line-up, which will be based on tabseN and smooya.

According to the source, the OpTic Gaming organization is already considering the possibility of returning to the CS:GO discipline, which she left in April 2020. At the same time, at the end of last year, the club completed the merger with the Envy Gaming organization, having carried out an appropriate rebranding.

The captain of the new team should be tabseN, who currently plays for BIG. The 26-year-old German player has won many championships with the team, including DreamHack Open Leipzig 2020, cs_summit 6 Online: Europe and Funspark ULTI 2020.

Another star of the team could be smooya, who recently left the fnatic roster after a three-month stint with the club. Together with the Brit, jks, who recently became the champion of Intel Extreme Masters XVI - Katowice as part of FaZe Clan, should join the team.

The source also states that OpTic Gaming is interested in floppy, which joined Complexity Gaming back in January, taking third place in the ESL Challenger #48. The latest addition to the team should be AMANEK, who has spent the last three years with G2 Esports, remembering for reaching the finals at Intel Extreme Masters XVI - Cologne and PGL Major Stockholm 2021.

A possible OpTic Gaming roster is as follows: