H3CZ Reportedly Reacquires OpTic Gaming Brand; to Divest Call of Duty League Spot

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Hector "H3CZ" Rodriguez has reportedly reacquired the OpTic Gaming brand, according to Kevin Hitt at the Esports Observer.

"Sources close to the deal have come forward stating that after negotiations spanning a little over a month, Rodriguez purchased the OpTic Gaming IP in its entirety and in practice the Call of Duty League slot associated with the Los Angeles franchise," according to the report.

H3CZ Reportedly Reacquires OpTic Gaming Brand; to Divest Call of Duty League Spot

Rodriguez, currently the co-owner and CEO of NRG Esports, parted ways with the brand he grew when it was sold to Immortals Gaming Club. Rodriguez later joined NRG Esports and introduced the Call of Duty world to the Chicago Huntsmen franchise.

Rodriguez, according to the report, is looking to divest the OpTic Gaming Los Angeles CDL spot to other organizations. Immediate rumors started surrounding former OpTic Gaming player and 100 Thieves founder and CEO Matthew "Nadeshot" Haag.

100 Thieves last fielded a team in Call of Duty during the Black Ops 4 season winning two championships and finishing second in the world championship event.