100 Thieves Octane roasts OpTic Karma’s WWII performance

The week of roasting in the Call of Duty community continued when 100 Thieves’ Sam ‘Octane’ Larew took some shots at OpTic Gaming veteran Damon ‘Karma’ Barlow.

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The Black Ops 4 competitive season is still over a month away and it looks like there’s a rivalry brewing between 100 Thieves and OpTic Gaming.

While talking to his chat, Octane was quick to offer his opinion on Karma’s performance during OpTic’s ill-fated WWII season.

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One of his viewers offered up an opinion that was sure to spark some heated discussion in the chat, saying “Personally I think Karma is getting exposed this year.”

At first, Octane offers up an innocent “we’ll see” before deciding to just lay it all out there with his full response.

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“Wait, exposed like he got exposed in WWII?” said Octane on Karma’s performance last year. “Is that what we’re talking about?”

Octane is, of course, referring to the fact that Karma was dropped from OpTic during last season when Octane himself joined OpTic for the second half of the season.

That OpTic roster went on to struggle throughout the season before finishing 17-24 at the 2018 World Championship.

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Karma has since returned to competitive play to round out OpTic’s Black Ops 4 roster while Octane joined 100 Thieve’s new-look lineup.

Considering the history of these two, in conjunction with 100 Thieves owner Matthew ‘Nadeshot’ Haag’s long history with OpTic, fans are certainly in for some fireworks once the season kicks off at CWL Vegas in December.