OpTic Gaming, a professional eSports Organization from the USA, has just introduced their new CS:GO OpTic India team consisting of Indian Players.
OpTic Gaming has their teams competing in many eSports games including Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, PLAYERUNKNOWN’S BATTLEGROUNDS, Dota 2, League of Legends, and more. They’ve been expanding their scene into Asia, and this new CS:GO Optic India team is their latest addition.
OpTic India Official CS:GO Team Roster
Here’s the new OpTic India CS:GO Roster, with roles of every player.
- Sabyasachi “antidote” Bose (Primary AWPer)
- Rishabh “formless” Tomar (Lurker)
- Vishal “haivaan” Sharma (In-game Leader)
- Agneya “marzil” Koushik (Entry Fragger/Lurker)
- Nikhil “forsaken” Kumawat (Support/Lurker)
Here’s the official tweet by OpTic Gaming.
— OpTic Gaming™ (@OpTicGaming) June 1, 2018
Will this new OpTic Roster compete in big international events? Unlikely. Many International eSports tournaments have a rule that allows one team per eSports Organization at the tournament. It’s more likely that OpTic Gaming’s main roster with North American and Danish players will be at these events. This move to introduce a new CS:GO Team from India was also highly questioned by many and even racist comments were passed.
Still, many support OpTic Gaming for this. This move by OpTic Gaming is surely going to attract more international eSports organizations to the Indian eSports market.