OpTic Gaming have announced two new locations that will be the home of their esports and content creation teams.
The organization will once again have an "OpTic House" where members of their esports teams will live and practice, and the brand new 'Church of Content,' a space for their content creators to do what they do best.
OpTic owner and CEO Hector 'H3CZ' Rodriguez introduced the 2018 version of the OpTic House live on August 14 on 'Vision.'
The two-story home, which is based in Dallas, TX, features practice areas for a variety of their esports teams, including PUBG, CS:GO, and Gears of War.
The house will also feature a "chill room," where players can go to relax and wind down after a hard and long day of work.
This new OpTic House will be the first one the org has spent time in since leaving the SCUF House in Chicago and moving down to Texas in 2017.
When speaking about the house, H3CZ described the effect it has in terms of bringing together the many members of OpTic.
In addition to the OpTic House, the 'Church of Content' was also given its grand reveal, turning out to be a large, warehouse-type building that will give the org's numerous content creators the space and resources they need to produce premium content.
The highlight of this new space is the podcast area, which features fan-created OpTic art posted up on the walls.
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