OpTic Gaming Enter Halo

An interesting announcement for fans has appeared on the OpTic Gaming Twitter account. The eSports club will expand towards another eSports discipline. Now the OpTic tag will also appear in the open spaces of the recently released Halo, around which a certain structure has already formed, despite the fact that the game is not even a week old. She, by the way, came out on November 15th.

OpTic Gaming's Halo roster will include Justin 'IGotUrPistola' Deese, Bradley 'APG' Lowes, Tommy 'Lucid' Wilson and Joey 'TriPPPeY' Taylor. Esports athletes are very famous and some of the most award-winning in the Halo realm. For example, IGotUrPistola has earned over $ 250,000 in his career, having won several so-called Major tournaments and won prizes at the Halo World Championships. APG has won the Halot DreamHack twice and has managed to break the $ 200,000 mark in prize money during his career. Lucid and TriPPPeY, in turn, are the owners of not such impressive amounts of prize money earned, but they still managed to write their names in the history of esports. Lucid has earned over $ 130,000 and has won multiple MLG tournaments, while TriPPPeY has almost made it to the $ 100,000 in prize money earned and has been in the top 3 major Halo championships multiple times.

OpTic Gaming is an American esports organization with rosters in various esports disciplines. They are currently focused on Overwatch, where their team plays under the Houston Outlaws tag. Previously, OpTic Gaming had rosters in disciplines such as CS: GO, Dota 2, Fortnite, Call of Duty, and PUBG.

Earlier, several other esports clubs announced their entry into Halo Infinite, including Natus Vincere, Dire Wolves and others.

Halo Infinite is a first-person shooter for PC and Xbox. The game was developed by 343 Industries and released on November 15th. At the moment, players can only fight each other in multiplayer modes, while the single player campaign should appear on December 8th. In 2018, when the first presentation of the game took place, there were many negative reactions from the community from the community, as a lagging graphic component was noticed in the title. The developers continued to try on their brainchild and the results exceeded user expectations and the game received laudatory reviews. The release of the multiplayer component took place on November 15, on the occasion of the 20th anniversary of the Xbox and the Halo universe. Immediately after the release of the game, esports organizations decided to keep up with the times and began to sign rosters for this discipline, which in America managed to establish itself under the guise of other parts of the Halo series.