Matthew ‘Formal’ Piper of Optic Chicago fiercely criticized some amateur black ops Cold War players in a 3v3 match. Thanks to the 2017 world champion, he, Scump and Dasi went on to victory.
The Optic Chicago roster coming into the 2021 Call of Duty League season is one of the scariest in the world of esports. King – better known as Scump – is joined by fellow World Champion and former Optic Gaming teammate FormaL, with young star Envoy and Dassie dropping out of the team.
This came as a shock, then, when Dacy, Formla, and Scump found themselves up against a hyper-confident opponent, who decided to talk to the Infinite Warfare World Champion.
As you can imagine, FormaL did not take down the criticism, and beat their opponents by $ 1,000 on a 3v3 match of the Black Ops Cold War.
“Yo, you shut the f ** k up,” he said, much to the entertainment of Scump and Dash. “Kiss the f ** k”. You turn the f ** k off. Look at our standards and see you guys. Look at our level. Do you want to bet a thousand rupees on this match? “
Very pleased to see Scump, his opponents enthusiastically suggested betting from $ 1,000 to $ 1,000,000. It is fair to say that this was never going to happen, but the $ 1,000 bets seemed imminent.
“I just put a thousand bucks on this match,” Formla said. “[It was with] Unemployment. So he really needs it. “
The match was about the fact that the fans would have expected that Formal, Scump and Dashi would be the winners with great ease. While Scump and Dashi used snipers, Formale had his hands on the AK-74u, finishing the game with 7,100 damage to the Jaws.
He also made his feelings known at the end of the game, unpleasantly shouting through the microphone to make the game play a 5-piece. As you can imagine, Scump collapsed in laughter, calling his T2P pair “stupid”.
We can’t confirm whether the $ 1,000 wager was actually paid or not, but it’s one of the funniest stream moments we’ve seen in a long time.
Fans will be hoping that Optic Chicago can carry their confidence and winning habits to the CDL when it kicks on January 23.