The next episode of Anthony ‘NAMELESS’ Wheeler’s “CoDCast” will feature one of the most star-studded lineups yet as the OpTic Gaming Call of Duty players have been confirmed as guests.
The CoDCast has gone from strength to strength since NAMELESS first decided to start the talk show focused on competitive Call of Duty, and there are already nine episodes in the books.
The former professional player is currently working as an analyst for the CWL Pro League and has been taking advantage of the opportunity to get his guests together in a room and film the podcasts with more of a classic “talk show” studio vibe.
Recent episodes have included the likes of Splyce’s Dylan ‘MadCat’ Daly, Red Reserve’s Matthew ‘Skrapz’ Marshall, compLexity’s Doug ‘Censor’ Martin, and Echo Fox’s Donovan ‘Temp’ Laroda.
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Naturally, shows with characters those listed above have been well received by the community but the lineup for Episode 10 may well make it the most viewed one so far.
On June 3rd NAMELESS took to Twitter to reveal that the next CoDCast will feature the entire OpTic Gaming Call of Duty roster, with the date and time yet to be announced.
CODCAST Episode 10 will feature the entire OpTic Gaming roster. It will air this week, date / info coming soon. Crazy to think we’re already 10 episodes in. :pray:
— Anthony Wheeler (@NAMELESS) June 3, 2018
This means that Ian ‘Crimsix’ Porter, Seth ‘Scump’ Abner, Anthony ‘Methodz’ Zinni, and Sam ‘Octane’ Larew will all be in attendance.
The new OpTic roster has looked dominant so far in Division B of the CWL Pro League, defeating the likes of UNILAD, Tainted Minds, and Luminosity Gaming with relative ease; it will be interesting to hear their thoughts on their current competition and perhaps even answer some difficult questions about their old teams/teammates.
Whether or not the team’s coach, Tyler ‘TeePee’ Polchow, will also appear on the show is currently unknown but it already seems likely that the live stream will hit more concurrent viewers than any of the previous episodes.