OpTic Gaming Los Angeles is one of the two official Call of Duty League franchise teams of Los Angeles, United States. It is owned and operated by the Immortals Gaming Club and OpTic Gaming. The team is the successor to OpTic Gaming, which had competed continuously in Call of Duty since 2009.
Immortals Gaming Club announced their purchase of a Call of Duty League franchise team spot on July 1, 2019. Muddawg joined the team on September 23 as general manager. On October 24, the team announced their full starting roster, with TJHaLy, Dashy, Kenny, SlasheR and JKap joining. At the same time, the team branding was revealed as OpTic Gaming Los Angeles. On December 11, Chino and Goonjar joined as substitutes. Pacman joined as head coach on January 8, 2020.
OpTic opened their 2020 season by losing to both Paris Legion and "old OpTic" Chicago Huntsmen at Launch Weekend. After supposedly fixing their mistakes while not attending London, OpTic lost both of their matches in Week 3.
- January 8, Pacman (Head Coach) joins.
- January 24, Kenny renames to Kuavo.
- July 1, Announcement: Los Angeles and Minnesota join Call of Duty esports league by Call of Duty Staff on Activision Blog
- July 1, Immortals Gaming Club, WISE Ventures purchase CWL slots by ESPN on ESPN
- September 19, H3CZ on OpTic: "We're competitors now" | Call of Duty with Arda Ocal on ESPN Esports
- September 23, A message to the Greenwall | GM Announcement by OpTic Gaming on YouTube
- September 25, New Call of Duty esports league will begin play in home markets in 2020, start with 12 teams by Mike Hume on The Washington Post
- October 9, Call of Duty® League™ – Reveal Trailer by Call of Duty League on YouTube
- October 9, All 12 Call of Duty League team names reportedly leaked by Tyler Esguerra on Dot Esports
- October 16, Dashy reportedly tried to leave LA OpTic ahead of Call of Duty League by Calum Patterson on Dexerto
- October 24, OpTic Gaming LA - Team Announcement by OpTic Gaming Los Angeles on YouTube
- October 24, OpTic Gaming Los Angeles reveals 2020 Call of Duty League roster by Justin Binkowski on Dot Esports
- October 24, How good is OpTic LA? | The Esports Dispatch by LandO on YouTube
- October 25, Muddawg of OpTic Gaming says "Los Angeles is an esports hotbed" with ESPN Esports on ESPN
- November 2, Kenny Interview: The new OpTic and their rivalry with the Chicago Huntsmen | The Esports Dispatch with LandO on YouTube
- November 4, ACHES slams "fake" OpTic CoD franchise in heated argument with SlasheR by Brad Norton on Dexerto
- November 5, Riding with Dashy and Rallied | Presented by @NissanUSA by OpTic Gaming on YouTube
- November 13, Slasher: The (One-sided) Battle of LA by Austin Liddicoat on Call of Duty League
- December 11, OpTic Gaming Los Angeles adds Goonjar and Chino as substitutes by Scott Duwe on Dot Esports
- December 23, JKap Profile | The Dossier Files with OpTic Gaming on YouTube
- January 8, The missing piece of #OGLA by OpTic Gaming on YouTube
- January 8, Pacman named head coach of OpTic Gaming Los Angeles by Justin Binkowski on Dot Esports
- January 10, SlasheR | The Dossier Files with OpTic Gaming on YouTube
- January 15, Tickets for our LA Home Series on sale NOW by OpTic Gaming LA on Twitter
- January 17, The Road to Minnesota: Players and Coaches Dish on the Competition by Katie Bedford on Call of Duty League
- January 21, Between Two Palms | JKap with OpTic Gaming on YouTube
- January 22, Why Your Team Is Op: Minnesota ROKKR, New York Subliners, and Optic Gaming LA by Stephanie Glover on Call of Duty League
- January 22, Atlanta FaZe No. 1 in Call of Duty League preseason coaches poll by Jacob Wolf on ESPN
- January 23, Rivalry Watch: Which Teams Will Be Gunning Hardest for the Opposition by Katie Bedford on Call of Duty League
- January 26, Chicago Huntsmen reign supreme over OpTic Gaming Los Angeles in first Call of Duty League clash by Preston Byers on Dot Esports
- January 26, Old OpTic vs. New OpTic by Call of Duty League on YouTube
- January 29, Call of Duty League power rankings -- Atlanta FaZe No. 1 after opening weekend by ESPN.com on ESPN
- February 3, Call of Duty League | Team Packs Trailer by Call of Duty League on YouTube
- February 5, Call of Duty League coaches poll - Who can overtake the Atlanta FaZe? by ESPN.com on ESPN
- February 7, Foundation - Ep 1. Minnesota by OpTic Gaming Los Angeles on YouTube
- February 16, The Rise of OpTic DASHY - CoD Documentary by Dexerto on YouTube
- February 24, After Action Report: Atlanta FaZe defend home turf, Mutineers shock Hunstmen by James Mattone on Call of Duty League
- February 25, OpTic's Dashy makes role change after team's terrible start to CDL by Jacob Hale on Dexerto
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|OpTic Gaming Los Angeles: Our Story
|OpTic Gaming Los Angeles is one of the first twelve teams to compete in the Call of Duty League. OpTic Gaming is owned and operated by Immortals Gaming Club, a global esports and gaming organization with teams in all major franchise leagues.
The roster features a mix of top veteran players paired with some of the game's best young talent, creating a team that fans around the globe can get excited to cheer for. OpTic Gaming will host events in the Greater Los Angeles Area during the 2020 season.