Both of these players have represented a number of teams, including Team Kaliber in the past.
OpTic Gaming has one of the biggest legacies in Call of Duty, but we have yet to see how OpTic Gaming Los Angeles can perform in the Call of Duty League next year. That said, we do know details on the roster, including the recently revealed substitutes.
One of these is Martin 'Chino' Chino, who experienced a fair amount of success with Team Kaliber before moving to others like G2, and joining him is Jevon 'Goonjar' Gooljar-Lim, who also has experience with Kaliber.
With OpTic experiencing so much success as a brand in Call of Duty, this new-look team has a lot of expectation on their shoulders, even though it's not the same squad that competed in Black Ops 4.