How H3CZ plans to make NRG the BIGGEST brand in esports - Dexerto

How H3CZ plans to make NRG the BIGGEST brand in esports

Published: 1/Nov/2019 10:29 Updated: 4/Dec/2019 10:54

by Dexerto


There are only a handful of people in esports who you can call both a successful entrepreneur and content powerhouse at once, and Hector “H3CZ” Rodriguez is likely the first person you think of at that particular cross-section.

The 30-something-year-old phenom took what was once a humble group of friends who enjoyed playing Call of Duty and turned it into a global powerhouse that ultimately sold for millions of dollars.

Though the end destination for his beloved OpTic Gaming was sour for most, the journey was undoubtedly a spectacle to watch.

This video will take a look at H3CZ, his uncanny talent of producing stars, and what exactly he’ll bring to NRG Esports – the organisation he now calls home.

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Cold War’s most overpowered weapon & Vikkstar123 interview | CharlieIntel Podcast #10

Published: 24/Nov/2020 16:05

by Shane King


In Partnership with Xfinity

Vikkstar123 joins our usual hosts this week to his recent move into co-ownership of the London Royal Ravens and also how Black Ops Cold War compares to Modern Warfare.

Mike & Keshav welcome Vikkstar to Episode #10 of the CharlieIntel Podcast. During this week’s episode, we discuss the opening week of Black Ops: Cold War, covering everything from the game’s weapon balancing to a record-breaking opening day for Activision and Treyarch.

The hosts discuss the much-anticipated return of the real Greenwall to the Call of Duty League and what this means for the CDL as a whole, including branding and also name value. Another topic of interest was the record break launch of Cold War and if it has lived up to its predecessor in Modern Warfare in terms of it being the full package.

With Vikkstar, the group talks all things BOCW, including how skill-based matchmaking is affecting his enjoyment of the game as well as his favorite weapons to use when playing multiplayer.

They also address the YouTuber’s move to join up with the London Royal Ravens to become a co-owner and what this means going forward with his content.

You can also listen to this podcast on Spotify and Apple Podcasts as well.