TeePee details why OpTic was “not good enough” in CWL Pro League cross-division matches - Dexerto
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TeePee details why OpTic was “not good enough” in CWL Pro League cross-division matches

Published: 7/Apr/2019 14:32 Updated: 7/Apr/2019 15:00

by Daniel Cleary

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Call of Duty team’s performance after CWL Pro League cross divisional stage, despite finishing with a 3-1 record.

OpTic Gaming were looking to be one of the favorite teams this year in the CWL Pro League after signing rookies, Brandon ‘Dashy‘ Otell and Thomas ‘TJHaLy‘ Haly along with the return of three-time world champion, Damon ‘Karma’ Barlow.

Despite coming out strong in the first event of the year and taking first place at CWL Vegas, the CoD team has had their struggles recently with a poor performance in CWL Fort Worth and have had some very close games in the CWL Pro League.

MLGOpTic Gaming won CWL Vegas, the first event of the Black Ops 4 season.

Although the team finished the week 3-1 during cross divisional play, OpTic Gaming’s coach, TeePee, has not been happy with the team’s latest string of results after a tough week for them had three of their series’ ending in game five’s alongside a 3-0 defeat in a hyped match-up vs 100 Thieves.

In Hector ‘H3CZ’ Rodriguez’ latest vlog, H3CZ asked TeePee what his thoughts were on his team’s performance at cross divisional stage of the CWL Pro League, to which TeePee replied, “not good enough, 3-1, but man they pissed me off.”

He then went on to say that although the five game series’ allowed for more SnD practice, that “they’ve got to listen more” in order to make the game win’s more convincing and return the team to their usual championship contending form.

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Their pool has now also officially been confirmed, as OpTic find themselves alongside Reciprocity, 100 Thieves and Enigma6 in group A.

OpTic Gaming’s Call of Duty roster will now have a month break following the cross divisional stage to prepare for CWL London on May 3.

Disclaimer: Hector ‘H3CZ’ Rodriguez is a minority shareholder in Dexerto Ltd.

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Black Ops Cold War Season 1 weapons, maps, scorestreaks leaked

Published: 22/Nov/2020 2:08

by Theo Salaun

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About a month after its release, Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War’s Season 1 is expected to release on December 10. And, weeks before that highly anticipated date, leakers have revealed maps, weapons, and scorestreaks coming to the game.

For the first time in Call of Duty’s history, Warzone will not only allow cross-play between different consoles and systems, but also between content from two distinct CoD titles.

On December 10, Treyarch enthusiasts get to enjoy Black Ops Cold War’s first season of new content, and the chance to bring that content over to Verdansk.

Theoretically, that means players will be able to use loadouts with a Modern Warfare AK-47 alongside a Black Ops Cold War AK-74u. But, according to leakers such as ‘WarzoneNewz’ and ‘CODColdWarNewz’ on Twitter, there will be even more guns to choose from in Season 1.

As WarzoneNewz explains, there will be four new maps, two new guns, and one new scorestreak launching on December 10. While they don’t have pictures of the incoming maps or the scorestreak, they have revealed glimpses of each weapon.

Four new maps have been revealed for Season 1: Dune, Mall, Apocalypse, and Echeleon. While Echeleon sounds like a sci-fi misspelling of the word “echelon” that would suit BOCW’s Zombies mode, it is the more fittingly named Apocalypse that is expected to be a map solely made for that mode.

Both new weapons are expected to be automatic, but the Groza is a bullpup assault rifle, based on the Russian OTs-14, which itself is based on the AK-74u. From leaked pictures, it appears similar to Modern Warfare’s RAM-7: a stocky, mobile AR with room for a fat magazine.

The other new leaked weapon is also automatic, but has been confirmed to be a shotgun (although its name remains unclear). Described as a “full auto shotgun” by WarzoneNewz, the included picture shows a long, slender build that feels closer to an LMG than an actual, chunky shotgun.

Nonetheless, a full-auto shotgun echoes the JAK-12, which was released to Modern Warfare and Warzone in Season 6.

The final point of intrigue among these leaks is the “K9 Unit” scorestreak. Fans of Treyarch’s last title, Black Ops 4, are very familiar with the decimation dogs can bring to Call of Duty, as the game’s Nomad Specialist had an Attack Dog companion.

Dogs have helped Black Ops players across numerous titles, but they appear ready to make their return in BOCW for Season 1’s launch. In the meantime, we’ll be keeping an eye out for any other leaks and news.