Optic Gaming owner, Hector "H3CZ" Rodriguez, addressed the rumours that have been circulating around his Counter-Strike:Global Offensive. Reports had been circulating that players Will "RUSH" Wierzba and Oscar "Mixwell" Canellas would be leaving. In a video posted to Youtube, H3CZ confirmed that this was not the case. Though it wasn't all clean sailing. H3CZ confirmed in his update that the two players had been looking to leave the team, citing the departure of in-game leader Peter "Stanislaw" Jarguz to Team Liquid as the reason. H3CZ claims to have just got off of a phone call with the two players before recording, in which they both agreed to stay with the lineup whilst they look for a new in-game leader. In his vlog, H3CZ talks briefly about the CS:GO team situation, before going onto discussing his organization's upcoming visit to CWL Dallas, the Turtle Wax sponsorship, and fan reaction Optic tournament performances.
Optic owner addresses Rush and Mixwell concerns
Published on March 16th, 2017