Optic BigTymer Announces Retirement from Competitive Call of Duty

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UMG Philadelphia is only days away as the new year approaches, and several professional Call of Duty teams have made drastic changes as they attempt to become accustomed to Call of Duty: Ghosts. Optic Gaming just recently announced a major roster change, bringing on Optic Ricky to replace JKap after his sudden release. Now, Optic Gaming’s captain Will “BigTymer” Johnson has officially announced his retirement from competitive Call of Duty, something that may have come as a shock to the community as Optic prepares for Philadelphia. After this final competition, BigTymer will remain attached to the team as the coach as they continue through the 2014 season. As of right now, no players have been attached to fill the open spot.

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