OpTic owner H3CZ on CS:GO roster: ‘I spent 45 minutes pleading with him’

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[hkes_show_google_ad] Hector “H3CZ” Rodriguez, owner and CEO of OpTic Gaming, has taken to YouTube to reveal some of his feelings on his organization’s CS:GO roster changes, and their future. On the roster changes, H3CZ was candid. “I’m trying my hardest to not let the team down,” he said near the end of the 20 minute video. “I spent 45 minutes pleading with him. It just, there was no getting to him. And then I heard that he wasn’t talking to Rush, he wasn’t reaching out to Óscar [Mixwell]…” Peter “Stanislaw” Jarguz was recently signed by Team Liquid, and cleared the air on his own issues with the OpTic squad through a news release from that organization. It’s been reported that Spencer “Hiko” Martin is to head in the other direction to fill the vacant space in OpTic’s lineup. This roster shakeup comes four months after the departure of Damian “daps” Steele, which to put Stanislaw back into the starting lineup after being initially dropped from the team in August on 2016. As of now, the team has not revealed who exactly will be taking Stanislaw’s spot in the immediate future, with major tournaments looming on the horizon. “Going to DreamHack, we now have to practice with a fill-in, a tryout, and see where we go from there, which is unfortunate for them because it’s in two weeks.” H3CZ noted in the video. “I know that I tried my best to get him to stay, more than I should have. It was painful for me to say some things… one person doesn’t stop progress, one person is not OpTic.” [hkes_show_google_ad]

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