Call of Duty League organization OpTic Texas and their former head coach Raymond “Rambo” Lussier have officially gone their separate ways.

This announcement came in the form of a tweet from the prominent esports organization, ending a recently tumultuous relationship.

The OpTic Texas roster has seen a lot of changes in 2023

OpTic Texas roster is changing rapidly
Credit: OpTic Texas

Rambo had been removed from his duties as head coach for the CDL squad back in January after Brandon “Dashy” Otell made the claim that the former had been skipping scrims for bowling practice.

A few weeks after these accusations were made, he was relieved of his duties. In response, he shared a statement on stream, saying that “whatever needs to be done for this team to succeed is what I want. If that basically means that my involvement isn’t directly in the team, so be it.”

Since then, he’d remained a part of the organization, but it seems his spot in the green wall is no more.

OpTic Texas part ways with Rambo
Screenshot by ONE Esports from OpTic Texas’ Twitter

OpTic has managed to turn around what was a rough start to the season, even landing themselves a second-place position in the 2023 CDL standings.

Throughout the season, the team saw the retirement of Call of Duty legend Seth “Scump” Abner, the release of Indervir “iLLeY” Dhaliwal, and the picking up of an amateur star in the form of Daniel “Ghosty” Rothe. It was a move that drew plenty of criticism but seems to ultimately have paid off.

The team will carry that momentum into Major Five, which kicks off with its qualifiers this weekend. OpTic is set to take on the Vegas Legion on May 5 to open up the event.

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