CodeMiko, JustaMinx, and Botez twins formally be a part of OpTic Gaming
Two months after it was introduced that the Envy model will absolutely retire and focus solely on OpTic Gaming, the veteran esports org has formally acquired former Envy streamers JustaMinx, CodeMiko, Andrea Botez, and Alexandra Botez.
In late 2021, Workforce Envy merged with OpTic Gaming however maintained twin branding, with just a few esports groups underneath the Envy banner making the swap. However simply eight months after the merge, the group determined it could be finest to not divide its sources throughout two manufacturers, thus retiring the Envy identify.
It was unclear what would occur to the gamers and content material creators underneath the Envy identify that didn’t instantly make the swap, however one streaming group appears to have come to an settlement. The previous Envy Home streamers Justaminx, CodeMiko, Alexandra Botez, and Andrea Botez will re-sign underneath the OpTic banner, the org introduced on Twitter at the moment.
The 4 Twitch broadcasters additionally introduced their becoming a member of of OpTic Gaming. Staying true to her model, JustaMinx requested “am I cool now?” alongside together with her announcement, adopted shortly by her fellow streamers. CodeMiko appeared excited and grateful to hitch OpTic alongside her former Envy mates, dubbing the group the “OpTic woman band.”
Andrea Botez adopted go well with, sarcastically revealing plans for an album alongside together with her announcement. And the final to tweet out, Alexandra Botez saved it quick and candy, exclaiming “LFG!!”
There have been no official bulletins of plans for the OpTic group as of but, but when it’s something just like the Envy streaming home, it’s certain to be an eventful partnership.