Famous Twitch Streamers- Youna "CodeMiko," Rebecca "JustaMinx," and Chess Legends- Botez sisters Officially Join OpTic
Popular female Twitch streamers, Youna "CodeMiko," Rebecca "JustaMinx," and Chess legends- Alexandra Botez, and Andrea Botez Join OpTic after it's Over on Envy. Explore How Fans Reacted & More
Well-known Esports organization OpTic Gaming has made the news official for taking in the famed female Twitch streamers, Youna "CodeMiko," Rebecca "JustaMinx," and chess legends- Alexandra Botez, and Andrea Botez.
The content creators were previously signed to esports organization Envy.
OpTic Gaming released the news via a Twitter post in August.
Though the previous house of Botez sisters -Envy and OpTic Gaming announced a merger in late 2021. But they coexisted within the organization. Further Envy retired its name and took over the OpTic Gaming brand across all of its teams and events.
Over the official announcement, Optic Minx posted a witty reply saying:
definitely picked me up for my gaming skills... right guys... right?— OpTic Minx (@JustaMinx) August 24, 2022
So in a way, it was always expected that the loyal members of envy will find their way back to this new change. Therefore right when the owner of OpTic Gaming -Hector "Hecz" confirmed the rebranding of multiple professional teams for titles like Valorant and League of Legends. It was apparently the time for former Envy streamers to officially make a comeback in this popular esports powerhouse.
The entire streaming community and many fans celebrated the news on different social media platforms, appreciating all the female streamers for their comeback!
Streamers Were Welcomes with Open Arms!
Fans, streamers, and esports personalities everyone congratulated the Twitch streamers CodeMiko, JustaMinx, and Botez sisters for officially joining OpTic Gaming.
OpTic Gaming even went viral on Twitter attracting more than 20K likes and the bulk of engagement. JustaMinx, CodeMiko, Andrea Botez, and Alexandra Botez were all actively expressing their exhilaration through the conversation threads on Twitter.
OpTic Gaming is one of the largest American esports organizations settled in Frisco, Texas. Being founded in 2006, it gained quite a bit of speed in gathering its audience. Quickly rising to the top of the Call of Duty professional scene was definitely a big achievement for the OpTic.
Having professional teams for prominent esports titles such as Halo, Valorant, League of Legends (since transferred to Immortals), Rocket League, and Apex Legends, it has been a remarkable platform for attracting the top Esport gamers globally.