OpTic Gaming's Jack “CouRage” Dunlop has big plans for Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 and would like to stream it with a few high profile hip-hop artists when the game releases in October.
Rapper Lil Yachty tweeted about his excitement for Black Ops 4, predicting it will be the best Call of Duty ever, and CouRage was quick to respond with a suggestion to team up.
Justin Taylor, the Director of Digital Marketing for Activision, spotted the tweets and seemed to offer a spot on the Call of Duty stream schedule this fall. CouRage, a former CoD World League caster, was all for the idea and even mentioned a possible third, Post Malone.
We better get some games in— OpTic CouRage (@CouRageJD) June 30, 2018
We need to make a squad of us two, @PostMalone, and two more for the launch of Black Ops 4.— OpTic CouRage (@CouRageJD) June 30, 2018
Although Post Malone did not respond in the thread, it is not out of the question considering he streamed CoD: WWII with CouRage earlier in the year. He even recently teamed up with compLexity Gaming's pro CoD team to get some games in with them as well.
Lil Yachty is a big time gamer as well, streaming Fortnite duos with Ninja and participating in the Fortnite Pro Am alongside Preston “TBNRfrags” Arsement.
Fortunately for CouRage, they only need to find two more players for a full squad, since Black Ops 4 is switching to a five player per side format.
Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 releases on October 12th and you can expect a few big names to be involved in the upcoming promotions.
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